The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey is a very large bi-state agency that runs airports, bus terminals, bridges, the World Trade Center, the maritime ports in New York and New Jersey and more.
It is one of the largest property owners in Red Hook.
Their office building on Columbia Street is the headquarters for the New York Marine Terminals group that has the ports in Red Hook and Howland Hook, Staten Island in its portfolio.
The Port Authority defines most of the western edge of Red Hook with its long ribbon of waterfront from Pier 7 at Atlantic Avenue down to Wolcott Street at the southern end of the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal which is pier 12.
The Port Authority operates the Red Hook Marine Terminal with Piers 7 and 8.
The Red Hook Container Terminal section of Port Authority property (which includes Piers 9A, 9B and 10) is operated by RHCT LLC.
Atlantic Basin and Pier 12 is leased to the New York City Economic Development Corporation (ECC).
The Port Authority has two buildings at the southern and eastern edges of the Atlantic Basin that they lease to tenants.
The Port Authority charges fees for dockage, wharfage, demurrage, and related services for the Port of New York and New Jersey. Their rates, which the call marine terminal tariffs, is found on their website.