GMDC Projects

GMDC, in addition to managing, maintaining, and improving its properties, actively looks for still more opportunities to uncover underutilized buildings. Crafting public/private financing, engaging staff in building design and reconstruction, and marketing newly renovated spaces to small businesses, manufacturers, and craftspeople are all ways GMDC can influence how unused properties will be reinvented and push its mixed-use agenda. GMDC seeks to position itself as a national model that could be replicated. Keeping light manufacturing and artisans in American cities is paramount to the preservation of buoyant mixed-use communities such as Greenpoint. 

As long as visionary designers, committed manufacturers, and active small businesses look to grow and thrive in New York City, GMDC will strive to help them realize their ambitions.  Below is our most recent development project.

Redevelopment of 1102 Atlantic Avenue Targets Small Manufacturing Businesses

Building on the success of its six completed industrial development projects in North Brooklyn, GMDC has completed yet another project in the low-income neighborhood of Crown Heights, Brooklyn. In November 2012, GMDC acquired a former auto parts warehouse facility at 1102 Atlantic Avenue, and has just completed its renovation into a multi‐tenanted manufacturing center.Read more