Bare Minerations Foundation, a Brooklyn-based company that sells supplements, has opened a new location in Manhattan’s Barclays Center, the Brooklyn Nets announced.
The Brooklyn-born company has long been a staple in Brooklyn, but has recently been expanding in New York City, as evidenced by its recent purchase of an adjacent property from the Brooklyn Museum for $2.6 million.
The Brooklyn-owned Brooklyn Nets franchise has long played host to a large number of bar-restaurants and other eateries in Brooklyn.
Bare Minerals also recently expanded its offerings into Manhattan, which the Nets said will be its second-largest market in terms of total revenue.
The company’s Brooklyn location will employ around 10 people, with more expected to open at the facility.
The new Brooklyn location has been leased for a period of five years, according to a press release.
“Bare is a true pioneer in the world of supplements and has the best-of-breed bar-revenue-generating capabilities in the industry,” Nets CEO Brett Yormark said in a statement.
“This will create a fantastic location for our team, the Nets and the Brooklyn community, and we’re excited to be opening a Brooklyn location.”
Bare’s Brooklyn franchise has a history in the borough, which also includes Brooklyn’s Barclays Centre, home of the Brooklyn Basket basketball team and a home for Nets basketball since the team relocated from Brooklyn to Brooklyn in 2013.