Thursday, October 22, 2015


Repositioning: from mouse-traps & fly-paper to "creative concept"  (The Real Deal)

AP&G Co., which makes adhesives for products like fly tape and mouse boards, is repositioning its 165,000 -square-foot building in Sunset Park for Brooklyn’s creative/manufacturing office market as the company relocates to a new base in Bayonne, NJ. 
Unable to find enough space in Brooklyn for its growing business and seeking more efficiency, the company struck a deal last year with economic development officials in New Jersey to relocate from its headquarters at 170 53rd Street in Sunset Park, which sits between the Brooklyn Army Terminal and Industry City. 

Sunset Park - "Hotel Mecca" (Brooklyn Paper)

Excelsior, Re-Opened on Fifth (NY Times)

A Visit to Permanent Records (Fourth & 20th) (NY Times)

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