Livestream Internet service moves into 30,000-square-foot Bushwick warehouse

Livestream will offer classes and host events downstairs

Livestream will offer classes and host events downstairs in the "Livestream Public" part of the building.

BROOKLYN - Livestream, an Internet service that streams live events around the world, just moved into a Bushwick warehouse.

The tech startup moved from Chelsea because its lease ended and it needed more space, and many of its employees already lived in the Bushwick area. The 30,000-square-foot space has a rooftop, restaurant and plenty of room to expand.

Livestream will offer classes and host events downstairs in the "Livestream Public" part of the building. The first class being offered in the coming weeks will teach residents how to use Livestream.

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