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Domino megaproject’s second rental debuts in Williamsburg

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Leasing has begun at One South First, a 45-story building designed by COOKFOX

Images courtesy of Two Trees Management

The second residential building at the redevelopment of Williamsburg’s Domino Sugar Refinery is now open. Developer Two Trees announced that leasing has begun at One South First, a 45-story building designed by COOKFOX.

The project features two connected mixed-use buildings: One with 330 rental units (66 of which will be affordable) and another one with 15,000 square feet of retail (including outposts for Roberta’s and Other Half Brewing), and 150,000 square feet of commercial space. The building’s facade features angled precast concrete and was reportedly inspired by the structure of sugar crystals, in a nod to the site’s history.

Residential units at the building include alcove studios, as well as one- and two-bedroom apartments. They have hardwood floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, in-unit washer/dryers, and in-sink garbage disposals.

The building’s resident’s lounge.

But these units aren’t cheap (even with promotional pricing that’s currently in place): Studios at the building start at $3,479/month with the promotion, $3,795/month without it; one-bedrooms at $4,156/month with the promotion, $4,575/month without it, and two-bedrooms at $5,786, $6,750/month without it.

Some of the amenities of the building include a granite pool, rooftop cabanas, a fitness center, a co-working space, and residential lounge.

The building’s pool has a view to the East River and the Manhattan skyline.

Back in February 2018, construction wrapped at 325 Kent, and later that year, the James Corner Field Operations-designed Domino Park debuted at the site.