SPark Workshop Launches GoFundMe Campaign
Brooklyn Army Terminal’s SPark Workshop is a fabrication studio and maker space, and they’ve launched a GoFundMe campaign to expand on their already-strong offerings. Currently, SPark has 21,000 sq-ft with 15,000 sq-ft of rentable space for startups and entrepreneurs. The space is located in Building A of BAT, on the fifth floor, and has dedicated and shared studios, cubicles and storage lockers as well as a woodshop. Through the GoFundMe campaign, SPark looks to build their team and add classes for the community.
Check out their list of availability and also the specs on the woodshop. Founder Gary Oshust is also happy to take you for a tour or provide a tutorial on the machines. Reach out any time to [email protected]. Shop membership is $199 per month, membership and lockers is $349 per month, and a 10×10 cubicle is $549. There are also 12×16’ studios for $799-$899 per month and 24×16’ studios for $1,449 per month. The windowed spaces has a fantastic view of the harbor, and SPark has a break room with vending machines, refrigerator and microwave.
The shared tool shop is specifically geared toward wood working and features:
- drill press, compressor
- dust collector
- board planer
- disk and belt sander
- table saw
- radial arm saw
- band saw
- sliding chop saw
- panel saw
- various hand and power tools.
The metal shop will come on slowly in the next 6 to 12 months, and SPark is planning on having:
- a press
- a small mill
- A small lathe
- MIG/TIG welding station (FDNY permitting)