Queens lost Amazon, but Brooklyn and Manhattan are cashing in on Netflix.
The popular streaming service is investing $100 million by 2024 to build six new sound stages in Brooklyn and add 127 jobs to the 32 it already has in Manhattan, officials announced Thursday.
Netflix’s new corporate offices will cover 100,000 square feet at 888 Broadway.
The company has also leased 161,000 square feet for the sound stages and support space at 333 Johnson Ave. in Bushwick.
It will collect up to $4 million in state tax credits if it meets the jobs target within five years and maintains them for another five.
Netflix has more than 139 million subscriptions in some 190 countries.