Locations

Manhattan Showroom

1104 2nd Avenue (at 58th st)

NY NY 10022

T 212 988 7800

sales@urbangreenfurniture.com

Manhattan Store Hours:

Monday - Friday: 10am to 7pm  

Saturday: 10am to 6pm,  Sunday: 11am to 5pm

 

Brooklyn Factory Showroom, currently hosting Art by Tina Psoinos and jewelry for furniture by Lisa Jarvis. 

Brooklyn Army Terminal, 140 58th Street, Unit 8F, Brooklyn NY 11220 

T 718 567 0777. Call this number also for shipping quotes outside the Tri-state area.

Brooklyn Factory Showroom hours:

Monday - Saturday 9am to 5pm. 

sales@urbangreenfurniture.com

Directions:

By train: Take the N train to 59th street stop, on 4th ave, in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. The entrance to the Brooklyn Army Terminal is on 1st avenue and 58th street (Sunset Park). After the guarded entrance make a left, walking towards 2nd ave. Enter the atrium/restaurant at building B and walk straight for a few hundred feet, past the glass doors, along the covered pathway by the old railroad; after the second set of glass doors make a left and take the passenger elevator to the eighth floor. 

By car: BQE: I-478 E becomes I-278 W/Gowanus Expy/ Brooklyn Queens Expy. Take EXIT 23 (39th St exit). Turn left onto 2nd Ave. Turn right onto 58th St. Make a left on 1st ave. Entrance to the BAT is on 58th and 1st ave. Inform the gate security you are going to 8F, Urbangreen. Drive straight to the end of the building, make a left and another left. Park across Loading Dock #3 and enter the building from loading dock #3. Walk past the freight elevators on your left. Behind the door at the end of the alley on the left, there are passenger elevators. Take the elevator to the 8th floor. 

By NYC ferry:  Take the South Brooklyn route to Sunset Park / BAT. The entrance to the Brooklyn Army Terminal is on 1st avenue and 58th street (Sunset Park). After the guarded entrance make a left, walking towards 2nd ave. Enter the atrium/restaurant at building B and walk straight for a few hundred feet, past the glass doors, along the covered pathway by the old railroad; after the second set of glass doors make a left and take the passenger elevator to the eighth floor.