With nearly 50,000 businesses located in our borough and growing, the Brooklyn Chamber invites you to become part of the extraordinary business renaissance underway in our borough. Brooklyn has the customer base to make your business thrive, with more than 2.5 million people who call Brooklyn home making it the fourth largest city in the nation. Brooklyn is also home to a large and highly skilled work force, with 1.1 million workers living in the borough, and 250,000 of those skilled in managerial, technical, and administrative fields.
The Brooklyn Chamber's Real Estate & Development program assists Brooklyn companies in their business expansion and promotion efforts, working to attract and retain firms in Brooklyn. The RED program also creates opportunities to network with a community of 300+ real estate professionals, organizes a committee of real estate-related professional, tracks existing and planned development projects, connects businesses looking for space with available properties, hosts tours of Brooklyn development projects, and presents the annual Building Brooklyn Awards.
The Real Estate & Development (RED) Committee is a group of Chamber member volunteers from the real estate, development and finance communities that actively works together to identify borough-wide opportunities for business attraction and retention.
Real Estate & Development Events
The Brooklyn Chamber's Real Estate & Development Committee organizes a series of "RED" events through the year to support and promote real estate and development initiatives across the borough.
- RED Nites - These fun and informational after-hours networking events for real estate professionals are held in new developments in emerging neighborhoods and commercial districts.
- Building Brooklyn Awards- This annual fundraising event recognizes new and renovation projects that have a positive impact on the borough's eocnomy and quality of life. The event also honors individuals who have made significant contributions toward enhancing the business conditions and economic climate of Brooklyn.