It will lease a 20,000 square foot space at Building 4
Close on the heels of the announcement that the Industry City developers are transforming one of their buildings for creative types, clothing giant, Gap Inc. has announced that it will lease a 20,000 square foot space at the complex, Women's Wear Daily reports.
Gap signed on to a 10-year lease at Building 4, which the clothing company will use as a photo and design studio.
Gap is now the latest company to jump on the Industry City bandwagon, which in recent months has seen tenants like Time Inc. sign on for space at the Sunset Park development.
That's good news for the 16-building complex, which was recently confronted with 3D printing company, MakerBot deciding to relinquish some of its space at the complex. The company has decided to outsource its manufacturing to China, but will continue to maintain its headquarters at Industry City.
- Gap Inc. Lines up 20,000-Square-Foot Photo and Design Studio in Industry City [WWD]
- MakerBot will no longer make its own 3D printers [The Verge]
- With New Look for Building 19, Industry City Hopes to Attract More ‘Creative’ Tenants [Curbed]