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The Brookyn Navy Yard: A Rich History, A Stimulating Environment for Makers of All Ages

Photographs courtesy of Brooklyn Navy Yard, Building 92, Robert Clark, and Paul Takeuchi
ConstructionKids is located in the Brooklyn Navy Yard Center at BLDG 92. BLDG 92 is the public anchor for the 300-acre Brooklyn Navy Yard campus and home to a creative variety of craftsmen workshops, a shipyard and working dry-dock, NYC's fleet of fireboats, and world-renowned Steiner Studios.

Our 2,700-square-foot workshop is housed on the second floor of BLDG 92's modern green building, adjacent to the museum, with a cafe and exhibition space conveniently located upstairs. The workshop is constructed with sound-absorbent materials and is fully ADA accessible, with adult and child restrooms, wifi, and building security.
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FAQ—Frequently Asked Questions

Where is BLDG 92?
In the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The entrance is near the intersection of Carlton and Flushing avenues. A large map is here. Our mailing address:

BLDG 92
63 Flushing Ave., Unit 130
Brooklyn, NY 11205


Is BLDG 92 accessible by public transportation? How do we get there?
Unfortunately the Navy Yard is not quite as easy to access as our old location. Details are on our Directions page.

Is there a shuttle bus for Summer 2014?
Yes! There will be shuttle service from Barclay's Center and MetroTech. Details and schedule coming soon.
If I drop my child at the shuttle, how will I get to see the program? I enjoyed seeing the workshop in action.
Parents who want to watch workshop activity at the start or end of the day may ride the Brooklyn Navy Yard shuttle bus. Details and schedule are coming soon.

Will children still have outdoor time at summer camp?
Giving up proximity to Prospect Park was a difficult decision because getting outdoors is an integral part of our summer programs. But BLDG 92 is close to two great parks. One block away is the newly renovated Commodore Barry Park, an easy walk for little legs. And two blocks away, is 30-acre oasis of Fort Greene Park, which offers dynamic skateboard and go-cart terrain. Like other camps, we will make use of field trips to Prospect Park and locations within the Navy Yard campus.  

What else is in BLDG 92?
For starters, Ted and Honey cafe is upstairs. Drop off your child and go have a coffee, check your email, put your feet up and take a break. And if you want to learn about the BNY's fascinating history, the exhibition space and visitors center on the ground and second floors is really terrific. Also new in BLDG 92 is Space for Art and Industry, an exhibition platform for the intersection of art and production. Finally, if your hankering for some outside air, the garden/plaza is perfect for relaxing or organizing your day after a drop-off.