The sprawling brick building that's home to both Brooklyn Bowl and the Brooklyn Brewery is on the market for $50 million, but no one is going anywhere anytime soon. Both businesses have long term leases and plan to see them out. "We have...no intention of leaving before it is over," Brooklyn Bowl owner Charley Ryan told the Brooklyn Paper. The brewery, meanwhile, has a lease that extends through 2025.
Still, as the paper points out, both places are big enough that it will probably take them some years to find a new space, so they'll have to start looking before long. But owner Steve Hindy says he won't even start formally looking for a new space until his Staten Island outpost, which will allow him to ship beer to the West Coast, is up and running in 2017. The tasting room at the Williamsburg location is actually in another adjoining building, owned by a different landlord, so Hindy might be able to keep a foot in the ‘burg, even if he has to move production elsewhere.