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Stink Studios is moving from Dumbo to Red Hook

The creative agency ditches the bustle of Dumbo for spacious Red Hook.

A view of the Gowanus Canal. (Photo by Tyler Woods)

Lured by open space and relative quiet, creative agency Stink Studios will make the move from Dumbo to Red Hook, the Wall Street Journal‘s Keiko Morris reports.

The company will take 13,000 square feet in the 160 Van Brunt St. building that currently houses a Tesla showroom. The building is owned and developed by LIVWRK and David Brecher of FM Capital.

“The company is slated to build out a production studio on the premises where it could shoot marketing content, said Chris Mele, Stink managing director. The new space also would have editing and voice-over recording facilities,” Morris writes.


Stink Studios, which creates digital advertising and branding campaigns for companies, employs 125 people in six cities.

While we hear more often of companies moving from Manhattan to Brooklyn for more space and less congestion, this is among the first instances of major companies moving from a busy part of Brooklyn to a quieter part.

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