Two Trees Management - Commercial
Two Trees Management - Commercial is committed to fostering creative, innovative communities.
- Residential Real Estate
- Commercial Real Estate
Since its founding in 1968, Two Trees Management Company, a Brooklyn-based real estate development firm, has owned, managed and developed a portfolio worth more than $3 Billion in real estate, including more than 6,000 apartments and over 3 million square feet of office and retail space.
Two Trees is committed to curating a vibrant community if it's in DUMBO or in Flatiron. We want your business to prosper. Two Trees understands value of successful businesses for great neighborhoods.This is why we are dedicated to making our business work for your business.
"Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass" is DUMBO. With breathtaking views, a vibrant creative community, a world-class waterfront park, carefully renovated warehouse loft buildings and quaint cobblestone streets, Dumbo is an ideal neighborhood in which to live, work and play. Through their meticulous, adaptive reuse of warehouse buildings, careful choices concerning neighborhood retail growth and strong support for the local arts community, Two Trees has made Dumbo one of the most sought after commercial and residential neighborhoods in New York City.
Have you met Brooklyn Roasting Company? Made in Brooklyn, this Fair Trade and Rainforest Alliance certified, organic coffee company does more than just serve up amazing joe — they’re leading the charge in sustainable coffee. Stop by one of their many Brooklyn spots, like the Dumbo Cafe to get your caffeine buzz while making a difference.
Because locals know best, we’ve teamed up with lifestyle blogger and Brooklyn resident, Erica of The Fashion Philosophy, to share a few of her favorite neighborhood haunts, from coffee shops, to hair salons, to Vietnamese food! Follow along on Instagram as she takes us along on her day: http://bit.ly/2re6d2r
Crafted from salvaged and reclaimed steel and plexiglass, these now-iconic water tower structures are sprinkled across Dumbo. The artist, Tom Fruin, composed this particular sculpture out of more than one thousand scraps -- there are even interior and exterior access ladders.