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Art Studios for Rent in Brooklyn Navy Yard and Greenpoint

By Mayela Rodriguez
January 3, 2022

Dozens of artists find and share art studio spaces every week on Listings Project. These artists are the lifeblood of our communities, keeping us connected to and engaged with the things that matter most. In this series, we showcase some of these art studios that were listed with us recently. To see our current available art studio listings, check out our most recent newsletter.

A Shared Art Studio at Brooklyn Navy Yard


Photo by Studio GRT310

Studio GRT310 is a shared art studio in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. You can also find Studio GRT310 on Instagram.

“We are three creatives, looking to fill vacant space with a chill artist/maker. Most of us work elsewhere and use the space occasionally, rarely at the same time. We design, experiment, build and paint, sometimes helping each other and share some woodworking and metalworking tools.” - Studio GRT310

A Sun-filled Art Studio in Greenpoint, Brooklyn


Photo by Java Studios

Java Studios is located in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. You can also find Java Studios on Instagram.

“Home to artists, small businesses, and entrepreneurs.” - Java Studios

Feature Photo by
Studio GRT310

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