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Domino Sugar Refinery’s PAU redesign gets more renderings

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This new plan will come before the Landmarks Preservation Commission on Tuesday

Practice for Architecture and Urbanism via LPC.

Next Tuesday, Practice for Architecture and Urbanism (PAU) will present its plan to convert the Domino sugar refinery building into offices in front of the city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission.

The Commission had previously approved a design by Beyer Blinder Belle, but after developer Two Trees Management decided to nix those plans and go with PAU instead, the new plans will now need to be approved by the LPC, once again.

Several new renderings are part of the LPC presentation materials, and Brownstoner got its hands on them first. These new renderings offer more looks inside the complex, and closer views of the crystalline barrel-vaulted structure that will rise just behind the brick facade of the existing structure.

If approved, this office complex will also have shops, eateries, and restrooms on the ground floor. Be sure to check back in on Tuesday for our coverage on the LPC’s reaction to this proposal.