Welcome to the breeze, located at 315 Meserole Street
MODERN OFFICE & RETAIL SPACE FOR LEASE IN EAST WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN.
Community & Neighborhood
The Breeze is located in Brooklyn's East Williamsburg neighborhood, a former industrial district at the nexus of Williamsburg, Greenpoint, and Bushwick. It’s a unique area where light manufacturing, technology, creative industries, and the up-and-coming Brooklyn art world cross-pollinate and innovate together.
With its mix of acclaimed restaurants, exciting nightlife, and arts and entertainment venues, East Williamsburg is quickly becoming New York’s most exciting live/work/play neighborhood. It’s the perfect location to grow your business and attract a creative and forward-thinking workforce.
The Breeze offers a variety of opportunities for office and retail tenants, with large floorplates that divide down easily, unique & highly visible retail spaces, access to our landscaped courtyard and interior walkway, the Breezeway, and a rooftop penthouse resturant/bar space. Click below to explore current availabilities.
amenities & Building Features
With unique outdoor amenity space and fully modernized building systems, the Breeze has the necessary infrastructure to support your business and keep your workers happy and inspired.
LOCATION & TRANSPORTATION
Located at 315 Meserole Street in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn, The Breeze is convenient to get to from all directions by train, bus, and bike. The Breeze is just 3 blocks from both the Montrose and Morgan L-train stations, which take you to Union Square, Flatiron and Meatpacking within minutes.
Biking to the Breeze
New east/west bike lanes on both Meserole and Scholes streets provide a straight shot to the Williamsburg Bridge. In addition, Citibike has several nearby docking stations and the building has a convenient secure ground floor bike room with 24/7 access for tenants.
• 11 minutes by train • 10 minutes by bike
• 25 minutes by Bus (B43) • 10 minutes by bike
Bed Stuy/Tompkins Ave
• 30 minutes by Bus (B43) • 15 minutes by bike
• 17 minutes by L-train
• 21 minutes by L-train
• 33 minutes by J/M trains • 21 minutes by bike
*During the 15-month L-Train repair project beginning in April 2019, the L-Train will not run into Manhattan (though it will continue to operate back and forth normally within Brooklyn). During this period, the Breeze will be offering shuttle service to the nearby J/M/Z for service into Manhattan. In addition, the MTA is exploring numerous transit solutions to augment subway service, including express bus, ferry, and additional bike infrastructure.