Erie Basin Marine Associates
"Home to New York's Working Fleet"
The Erie Basin Bargeport (a joint venture between Reinauer Transportation &
Hughes Maritime) is a maritime industrial facility located at the foot of
Columbia Street in the Red Hook section of Brooklyn, New York. It contains 30
acres of land and 56 acres of underwater property. It is less then five minutes
from the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel and is located on a peninsula; onto which
there is only one entrance. This entrance is guarded 24 hours a day by
uniformed security provided by the landlord.
Erie basin has over 4000 lineaer feet of deepwater pier space available to
commercial vessels for lay berthing. there is a barge loading berth for
transferring cranes and materials between shore to barge. Our facilities are
available to change crews, take on water or make topside repairs to your
vessel, (crane service is available). Our warehouse, office and shed space is
available for non-marine, as well as marine uses.
Contact: Mr. Bob Hughes
Phone: (732) 225-1212
400 Border Street, East Boston
Located at the confluence of the Mystic River and Chelsea Creek, the 8.5 acre
site has over 1500 linear feet of docks with an average MLW depth of 29
alongside. The south pier, rebuilt in 1999, has an adjacent 35,530 square feet
of warehouse space. The facilitys main building is a modern, 2 story, 25,000
square foot, concrete structure housing office and industrial space. There is
additional warehousing totaling 5600 square feet in three outbuildings and a
large tract of upland lay down area.
Water access is direct from the Boston main ship channel. Road access is
available through two guard-controlled gates with 700 feet of frontage on
Border Street, East Boston. The facility is 5 minutes from Logan International
Airport. To the west, cross-harbor tunnels connect within minutes to Boston and
Interstate Highways 93 and 90. Access to the northern highways, US Route 1 and
Interstate 95, is through the neighboring cities of Chelsea and Revere.
Utilities on the site consist of natural gas, industrial electrical
distribution and city water/sewer. Public transportation is within one block of