The Brooklyn Navy Yard is a former military hub that was used extensively during the 19th century through World War II and the years following. When the Navy moved out in the 1960s, the area was left with tons of open warehouses and facilities that have since been repurposed into an industrial and manufacturing hub for up-and-coming Brooklyn businesses. Learn all about the slow changes to the neighborhood in this short report from Monocle Films.
From urban farming to robotics, we take a tour around the Brooklyn Navy Yard to see how this vast shipyard has rebuilt its industry and community once more.
via Monocle Films
Originally published on July 6th, 2017
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