Today the blocky red structure is named for Monti Moving & Storage, its last building-wide occupant.
The movers moved some years ago, however, and the building was divvied up into two dozen workspaces; solar panels, installed on the roof, provide the power. Heinz, on the other hand, provides a connection to the city's industrial past. The food giant's faded name, and best-known motto (first photo below, at upper left) still greet passengers on the elevated Franklin Ave. shuttle.
Heinz acquired the building and its older neighbors (bottom photo) in the early 1900s. Before then the various structures were occupied by a series of breweries, dating to the mid-18th century. Of these, I haven't spotted any identifiable outward sign.
Surviving signage at 925 Bergen Ave. (Franklin-Classon Aves.), Crown Heights, Brooklyn