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Domino redevelopment’s courtyard, terraces revealed in new renderings

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Get a peek at a couple of the forthcoming rental building’s amenities

SHoP’s doughnut-shaped building at 325 Kent Avenue, part of the massive redevelopment project of Williamsburg’s former Domino Sugar Factory site, is gearing up to welcome residents into the Two Trees-developed project’s first completed rental structure. Though an exact date hasn’t been revealed just yet, the 16-story building is expected to open in July and the New York Times managed to get a few new renderings of its common spaces.

Rendering of the inner courtyard.
MIR via the New York Times.

Leasing will get underway for the 395 market-rate units in June with prices set at $2,495 for studios, $3,250 for one-bedrooms, and $5,195 for two bedrooms, the Times reports. The building’s 105 affordable apartments launched a lottery back in November 2016 that garnered a whopping 87,000 applications.

Renderings show what the building’s sloping terrace along with the 2,000-square-foot inner courtyard will materialize into and we must say, it’s quite nice. The courtyard will feature a narrow body of water surrounded by lush, verdant landscaping on either side. The apartments with private terraces will get to enjoy a view of the courtyard.

As for the building’s other amenities, there is a fitness center, a 7,000-square-foot roof deck, a chef’s kitchen for catering and events, and views of the East River and the forthcoming Domino Park, designed by James Corner Field Operations and set to open in summer 2018.

Rendering of the sloping terrace.
Aether-Images via the New York Times.