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Domino's doughnut-shaped rental 325 Kent is nearing completion in Williamsburg

Only 87 of the building’s 522 apartments are open to residents

Via Francisco Daum

The first residential building that’s part of the Domino redevelopment project is nearing completion, new construction site photos have revealed. The news comes just a few months after the market-rate apartments at 325 Kent Avenue went on the market.

The first group of residents already started moving in last week, but only 87 of the total 522 apartments in the building were ready at the time. More will become available in the coming months. Of the rentals currently up for grabs, prices range from $2,746 per month for a studio, and go up to $5,946 per month for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit.

The 16-story building also has 104 affordable units, and the development team received 87,000 applications for those units.

Amenities residents can look forward to in this expansive rental building include a fitness center and residents lounge with views of the city, a 7,000 square-foot roof deck, and an additional courtyard on the fourth floor of the building.

Residents at the SHoP Architects-designed building will also have access to an outpost of the Clinton Hill craft beer bar, Mekelberg’s, which is taking up one of the retail spaces at the base of the building. Work on 325 Kent will fully wrap up before the end of this year.

Meanwhile, work on the rest of the Domino megaproject is moving forward as well. The massive waterfront park designed by James Corner Field Operations will debut next summer. Eventually, the megaproject will bring 2,800 apartments to Williamsburg.