Bar & Restaurant
Over the past decade, the hip and artistic denizens of Brooklyn have been moving to Ridgewood where the neighborhood’s unique spaces and industrial vibe are reminiscent of pre-gentrification Williamsburg. Located on the ground floor of an art complex, this bright and airy 1,500 square-foot studio has tons of potential, not to mention hipster cred. The ceilings here are high, and warehouse windows allow plenty of natural light to flow into the space. For exhibitions, wheeled partitions can be utilized for extra wall space or to make the room more dynamic. The floor is cement, and the self-contained room has one bathroom. This is an up-and-coming neighborhood with a charming coffee shop next door and Bridge and Tunnel Brewery down the street. The L train is just a few blocks away.