Flagship Farm

The first time we spotted our flagship farm on Northern Boulevard, we knew we’d found our home. Erected in 1919, this 43,000 sq ft behemoth is built like a rock, with a solid concrete slab roof and enough rebar to withstand three times the load of our 10″ of rooflite soil and plants. Located just over the 39th St bridge on the Astoria side of Long Island City, our flagship farm is lucky enough to make its home in one of the most multicultural communities in the world. And just as diverse as our neighborhood, the Standard Motor Products building on which the farm sits hosts an amazing variety of businesses, including its namesake, the original American car parts manufacturer, Jim Henson studios, and a newly opened restaurant, Coffeed, which features our shelf stable farm products. Owned and operated by Jeff Rosenblum and Ashish Dua of Acumen Capital Partners, 37-18 Northern Boulevard hosts a weekly market and open house, and is home to a daily spirit of creativity, building-wide!

Photography and Media Rules & Policies

One of the best parts about visiting our farms is the iconic views and imagery!  We love it when visitors take pictures and video to remember their visit.  Feel free to tag us on social @BrooklynGrange, #brooklyngrange and geotag our locations!  But please take note of the following restrictions on all pictures, video, and Media created on our premises:

  • We encourage you to take as many pictures, video and media as you like of any sort for personal use only.
  • Any Media created on premises may not be use for promotional, commercial, or editorial purposes without the written permission of Brooklyn Grange LLC.
  • Any Media created on premises may not be given, licensed, or otherwise transferred to any third party without the written permission of Brooklyn Grange LLC.
  • If you have an opportunity to use your Media for promotional, commercial, or editorial purposes, please contact us as we are generally supportive once we have reviewed the proposed use.
Brooklyn Grange Rooftop Farm