Earlier this month, developer Two Trees Management fully wrapped construction at 325 Kent, the first building to see completion at their Domino megaproject in Williamsburg. With that, we now have a first look at the some of the completed spaces in the jagged-doughnut shaped building including several apartments and amenities.
The 16-story building contains a total of 522 apartments, which come in studios through two-bedroom variants. Leasing on the market-rate rentals launched in May last year with studios starting at $2,495 per month. Part of the total unit count are 104 affordable apartments, which received a staggering 87,000 applications.
Several rentals here are still up for grabs with prices ranging from $2,415 for a studio, and going up to $6,137 for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit, according to StreetEasy.
The recently released interiors photos show off sleek finishes including the white oak hardwood floors, the stainless steel appliance package in the kitchen, and the large windows. In many cases, the apartments look out directly on to the East River, and offer up views of the Williamsburg Bridge.
As for the plethora of amenities on offer here, most of them are concentrated in the three-story bridge that connects the structure at the top. The amenity package includes a health club, bike storage, residents’ lounge, a billiard table, and chef’s kitchen for catering. Additional amenities include a 2,000-square-foot courtyard on the fourth floor, and a 7,000-square-foot rooftop terrace, both designed by Leeser Architecture and built by Blondie’s Treehouse.
The building already has a robust retail offering as well. Mekelburg’s will open up a location on the ground floor, Michelin Star chef Missy Robbins will open a restaurant here, and Sky Ting Yoga will also have an outpost at the base of 325 Kent this year.