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Monograph in Motion | Beyer Blinder Belle: Brooklyn Navy Yard Building 77

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Building 77, Brooklyn Navy Yard

Brooklyn, NY 11205

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Tour Building 77, the largest structure on the Brooklyn Navy Yard’s 300-acre waterfront campus, with Beyer Blinder Belle Partner Elizabeth Leber and Associate Sherrill Moore, joined by Scott Demel, Director of Marvel Architects. Originally built in 1942 as a warehouse for the United States Navy’s operations during WWII, a top-to-bottom rehabilitation has transformed the building into a 21st-century commercial and light industrial hub, with a ground floor marketplace. Tour will include access to upper-floor raw spaces that feature spectacular NYC views, as well as the adjacent BLDG 92, a former 1857 Marine Commander’s house turned visitor center showcasing the Navy Yard’s history and innovations.

Monograph in Motion is an ongoing series of public tours organized by Open House New York that celebrates the work of design firms that have had a significant impact on New York City’s built environment.


Advance tickets are required. Due to space limitations, tickets will not be sold at the event and walk-ons will not be permitted.

AIA CES: 1 LU | HSW

This tour is wheelchair accessible.

Tickets are non-refundable. Should you not be able to attend, the full price of unused tickets may be treated as a donation to Open House New York and is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Photo: John Bartelstone

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Building 77, Brooklyn Navy Yard

Brooklyn, NY 11205

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