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Barclays Center

620 Atlantic Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Retail, Leasing/Rental, Ground Lease, Other

Barclays Center at 620 Atlantic Avenue is an indoor sports and entertainment arena in downtown Brooklyn that can seat as many as 19,000 people. It is home to the NBAs Brooklyn Nets; it has also hosted professional wrestling matches and hockey games as well as college basketball tournaments and concerts. (The NHLs New York Islanders will move to the arena in 2015.)

Built by developer Forest City Ratner and its investment partners, including principal Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov, the $1 billion arena opened in September 2012 as the centerpiece of the massive Atlantic Yards development. London-based bank Barclays bought the naming rights from the Nets for $400 million in 2007.

In March 2007, Forest City Ratner announced it would cap the arena with a 130,000-square-foot green roof of soil and plants.

  • Address 620 Atlantic Avenue
  • neighborhood Prospect Heights
  • borough Brooklyn
  • owner Forest City Ratner, New York State
  • owner entity ARENA NOMINEE SUB B,
  • floors 2
  • Year Built 2011
  • square feet 660,000
  • block and lot 3-01118-0001
  • BIN 3398156

...Hipster farmers Eight floors above the ground at Barclays Center in downtown Brooklyn, workers at the condo building at 550 Vanderbilt Avenue are installing plots...

...working farm. Eight floors above the ground at Barclays Center in downtown Brooklyn, workers at the condo building at 550 Vanderbilt Avenue are installing plots...

02/27/17 take over a site across from the Barclays Center where it's considering building a 1.5-million-square-foot complex. Cleveland-based Forest City Realty Trust will likely...

...owner of over 60 properties near Flatbush Avenue and Barclays Center, according to reports. TerraCRG's Adam Hess brokered the deal. 3.) BookCourt, the independent book store...

...Prokhorov and the New York Islanders at the Barclays Center (Credit: Getty Images) Goodbye, Long Island. And goodbye, Brooklyn. The New York Islanders, which...

...compared even to, say, building the (very controversial) Barclays Center. "Building a culture, while it sounds so simple, I would argue is more challenging...

...big-ticket teams. Yankee Stadium, Citi Field and the Barclays Center between them received direct and indirect subsidies worth $867 million, according to a new report...

...units arriving along a 10-block area between the Barclays Center and Myrtle Avenue during the next two years. Nearly 20 percent of the city's rental...

...newly completed) along a 10-block stretch between the Barclays Center and Myrtle Avenue, plus another four building on Myrtle. Together, the buildings will add...

...Bike” to ride to work at the nearby Barclays Center. “There’s one of those right outside my condo,” he told the New York...

...on boosting margins and selling assets, including the Barclays Center and a stake in the NBA's Brooklyn Nets. MaryAnne Gilmartin, CEO of Forest City...

...The Barclays Center and Mikhail Prokhorov Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov issued $480 million in municipal bonds to refinance...

...While at FCR, Chiarelli oversaw construction of the Barclays Center – the company sold its minority stake in the stadium last year – and spearheaded the...

...Prokhorov bought the remaining 20 percent stake in the Barclays Center for $453.75 million, both the multifamily and retail sectors performed best, combining for nearly 60 percent...

...among other developments. Its recent projects include the Barclays Center In Brooklyn and the New York Times building at 620 Eighth Avenue. Bruce Ratner owned...

...amount last year. Forest City Realty Trust’s Barclays Center stake sale to Russian investment fund ONEXIM Group for $453.7 million and its $158 million sale...

...with amazing views and light. Aside from the Barclays Center, what projects have been game changers in the neighborhood? City Point creates a major...

...height, etc.) compared to 840 miles of subway tracks. 4. Barclays Center has two freight elevators that each have a capacity of 80,000 pounds (13 or so elephants...

...known as Atlantic Yards, though not in the Barclays Center and the project's first housing tower. A spokesperson for the partnership declined to comment...

...Forest City Partners’ Pacific Park development near the Barclays Center, have been unveiled. Last week, SHoP Architects showed their new designs for the 23-story...

...From left: a map of Barclays Center (Credit: Pacific Park) and 590 Atlantic Avenue in Downtown Brooklyn (inset: MaryAnne Gilmartin) Greenland Forest...

...rights at a nearby plaza adjacent to the Barclays Center that could be transferred to Site 5. “It’s really very early in the discussion...

...tower at its Pacific Park development near the Barclays Center in Downtown Brooklyn. The developer, a partnership between Forest City Ratner Companies and Chinese...

02/05/16 the NBA's Brooklyn Nets and the team's Barclays Center home in Downtown Brooklyn to Nets majority owner Mikhail Prokhorov.  – Rey Mashayekhi...

...goods store. The location is adjacent to the Barclays Center and Atlantic Terminal and holds nearly 440,000 square feet of development rights, according to Atlantic...
  • Event Retail Leasing
  • Address 620 Atlantic Avenue
  • Neighborhood Park Slope
  • Borough Brooklyn
  • Square feet 4,000
  • Publication Date 05/01/2012
  • Event Date 03/17/2012
  • Party 1 Forest City Ratner
  • Party 2 Adidas
The athletic wear retailer signed a lease to operate a store in the Barclays Center.

...amount last year. Forest City Realty Trust’s Barclays Center stake sale to Russian investment fund ONEXIM Group for $453.7 million and its $158 million sale...

...goes big — from the decade-long megaprojects of the Barclays Center and Pacific Park, to redeveloping Long Island’s Nassau Coliseum and building part of... this month at 384 Atlantic Avenue, near the Barclays Center. The city’s third-largest firm this year was Halstead, which grew its Manhattan agent...