Barclays Center
Elevate your business with this stunning 6,235 SF office space on the 3rd floor of 604 Pacific St, Brooklyn. Featuring a remarkable 2,000 SF terrace, this space is perfect for companies seeking both luxury and functionality. The double-height ceilings add to the grandeur and spaciousness, creating an environment that inspires creativity and productivity. Situated directly across from the Barclays Center, your business will thrive in the heart of Brooklyn's bustling atmosphere. With the Atlantic Terminal nearby, enjoy unmatched accessibility to various transit options. This space is not just an office; it's a statement – ideal for businesses aiming to make a significant impact in a dynamic location.
  • 9,285 sq. ft.
  • Located near the Atlantic Terminal - the third largest transit hub in New York City with 9 subway lines (2, 3, 4, 5, B, D, N, Q, R), service from 16 bus lines and the LIRR with annual ridership exceeding 13.6M.
  • Across from Barclays Center with excellent visibility and high foot traffic.
  • Across from a 15-building mixed-use development offering more than 6,000 affordable rental and condominium homes, new retail stores, restaurants, office and hotel. Over 8,000 additional units planned within a half mile radius.
  • At the crossroads of Flatbush Ave, and Atlantic Ave, between 4th and 5th Ave
  • 2,000 SF outdoor terrace
Available spaces Third Floor: 6,235 SF
Terrace: 2,000 SF
Location 604 Pacific St
Brooklyn, NY 11217


Floorplan

Third Floor
6,235 SF
Terrace
2,000 SF
Video tour

Virtual Tour | Third Floor + Terrace

Virtual Tour | Third Floor + Terrace

Neighborhood

Park Slope

A place to grow together in Brooklyn’s most sought after neighborhood

Park Slope is a strong embodiment of all things Brooklyn. An open-minded and artistically inclined population enthusiastically lends its support to an assortment of businesses and vendors. Known as the “Other Fifth Avenue,” Fifth Avenue in Park Slope is a hotbed for laid-back, family-oriented businesses and homegrown food and beverage concepts, housed in the various Park Slope commercial retail space. It is home to all things retail in Park Slope. Seventh Avenue acts as another hotspot for residents and includes top-rated schools, restaurants, bars, and health clinics. 

Historic brownstones and Prospect Park define this tree-lined neighborhood, and recent developments have carried its charm into the 21st century. Strollers and children of all ages are a constant presence on the sidewalks, as are dog walkers heading to the park. The neighborhood is far enough away from Downtown Brooklyn and Manhattan to offer a breather from the daily hustle, big enough for a diverse range of housing types, and secluded enough to offer the quiet serenity of a New York-style suburb.

Neighborhood video

37.9

Average Population Age

115,955

Population within 1 mile radius

$160,803

Average HHI within 1 mile radius

4,957

Businesses within 1 mile radius

$1.9

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Annual Spending within a 1 mile radius

Transportation

  • 15 St - Prospect Park (F, G)
  • Prospect Av (D, N, R, W)
  • 4th Av - 9 St (F,G, D, N, R, W)
  • Grand Army Plaza (2,3,4)
  • 7 Av (B, Q)
  • Union St (D, N, R, W)
  • Bergen St (2, 3, 4)
  • Atlantic Av - Barclays Ctr (2,3,4,5,B,D,N,Q,R)

Dining

  • Purbird
  • Al Di La Trattoria
  • Runner Up
  • Stone Park Cafe
  • Patsy's Pizzeria
  • Bricolage
  • Miriam
  • Sushi Katsuei

Shopping

  • “The Other 5th Avenue”
  • Beacon's Closet Park Slope
  • Fig
  • KIWI
  • Aesop
  • Bhoomki
  • Something Else on Fifth
  • A Cheng
  • BLOK HILL

Culture

  • Night Hawk Cinema
  • Barbés
  • Brownstones
  • Old Stone House of Brooklyn

Parks

  • Prospect Park