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Industry City

Things to do Sunset Park
5 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)

This waterfront complex, housed in the former Bush Terminal and home to artist spaces and artisan workshops, hosts concerts, art events and parties.


Venue name: Industry City
Address: 220 36th St
New York
Cross street: between Second and Third Aves
Transport: Subway: D, N, R to 36th St
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  • Rock and indie Wednesday July 24 2019

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Industry City is a massive complex in Sunset Park and with so many things to do, it's easy to spend a whole day here.

There is Avocaderia, the first avocado bar in the world, you have ice cream from Blue Marble, and cookies from One Girl, pastries from Colson Patisserie, and coffee from Extraction Lab. Not only that but there are tacos, pizza, doner kebabs, and chocolate. You can even see some of these items being produced on site because many of the vendors have their production based inside.There's also retail shopping to be had though not really my favorite part of Industry City as I'm not the perfect clientele for what they sell. 

It's cool to chill outside or go up to Industry City Distillery with a pretty nice view of the NYC skyline. In addition, they have mini golf, ping pong tables courtesy of Frying Pan Wheelhouse, shuffleboard, and rooftop film showings. There are also events so unless you don't like venturing around, there's more to like about Industry City. 

Happy exploring and remember: Don't deny, satisfy! 


What a cool interesting space for Sunset Park! The shops are bit "chic" for my taste, but there's lots of cool things to discover (and get lost trying to find!) Food, shops and fun galore! I was most recently at The Wheelhouse, a bar/game space in one of their sprawling courtyards, a off shoot of The Frying Pan, you could also play ping pong and mini golf! Also a great space to see one of the many Rooftop films they host here. A cool fun space, wish they could move Sunset Park close though! haha