Interstate Environmental Commission C/O BioBAT

Brooklyn Army Terminal, Building A 140 58th Street, P.O. Box 202 Brooklyn, New York 11220

Directions to IEC @ BioBat

Brooklyn Army Terminal

140 58th Street
Building A
Second Floor
(Southwest corner of complex, lobby entrance faces the water)
Brooklyn, New York 11220



By Car:

Navigate to 140 58th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11220. You will enter the complex from 58th Street and 1st Avenue (left from 58th Street). At the guard station, inform the security guard that you are attending an event at BioBAT. You will need to show your ID and they will issue you a yellow day parking pass for your dashboard. Continue straight after the guard station, traveling between Building A (on right) and Building B (on left), past all the loading docks, until you reach a stop sign at the end of the buildings. Make a right at the stop sign, and another right at the next stop sign into the parking lot. Look for the Building A lobby (BioBAT Art Space).

By Subway:

Take the N or R train to the 59th Street stop. Walk down 59th street west toward the water (look for Las Rosa’s Bakery, that is the direction you want to walk past). Walk two blocks down 59th street, passing underneath the elevated I-278 (BQE) to 2nd Avenue. Make a left on 2nd Avenue. At 63rd street, turn right into the Brooklyn Army Terminal campus. Continue straight, until you pass Building A, all the way to the water. Turn right into the parking lot immediately adjacent to water. Look for Building A lobby (BioBAT Art Space entrance).

By NYC Ferry:

Take the South Brooklyn or Rockaway route to Sunset Park (Brooklyn Army Terminal). The South Brooklyn and Rockaway Ferry routes stops at Pier 11 (Wall Street) in Manhattan. See map below, and NYC Ferry's Rockaway webpage @ or the South Brooklyn webpage @ for additional information on route timetables. There are various transfer points on the NYC Ferry system where you can transfer to the South Brooklyn route. At the Sunset Park stop, walk south along the waterfront of the complex to the southwest corner of Building A (the building closest to the water). See Brooklyn Army Terminal aerial photo and campus map.