Brooklyn-based builder Mark Jupiter is nationally acclaimed for his fine craftsmanship, commitment to sustainability, and his work with New World Home. All of Jupiter’s custom-made furniture is handcrafted right in the heart of DUMBO at his newly expanded workshop and showroom. To surround diners with a visual and functional display of DUMBO’s industrial history, Jupiter created his custom furniture pieces from 400-year-old heart pine joists and beams salvaged from local construction sites, such as the defunct Brillo Soap and Arbuckle Coffee warehouses.
Located in a century-old brick building on 1 Old Fulton Street, the unique DUMBO Shake Shack interior also offers views of the Manhattan skyline and a cozy wood-burning stove. In addition to the locally sourced furniture, this Shake Shack will add site-specific menu additions such as a new dessert named after the nearby Jane’s Carousel. Although this new location is only the second Shake Shack to have opened in Brooklyn, the burger empire reportedly has a third in the works to be located across from Barclays Center.