The Williamsburg waterfront megaproject is making steady progress.
One South First, a mixed-use development designed by COOKFOX Architects, topped out this week
The 42-story structure at 260 Kent Avenue will have 330 apartments, 66 of which will be below market-rate rentals.
The old working waterfront has almost completely disappeared as the city realizes its new vision for the coastline.
The park, designed by the same firm behind the High Line, is one of the first pieces of the larger Domino megaproject.
The forthcoming six-acre waterfront park has revealed new renderings and given Curbed a look around.
Vishaan Chakrabarti’s Practice for Architecture and Urbanism will bring its glass barrel vault concept to the landmarked refinery building with the Landmarks Preservation Commission’s approval.
325 Kent Avenue is the first of several new developments at this historic Brooklyn site.
The proposal by Vishaan Chakrabarti’s Practice for Architecture and Urbanism had the commissioners debating whether the design is reverent to, or dismissive of the refinery building.
This new plan will come before the Landmarks Preservation Commission on Tuesday.
The New York Times is offering a 360 degree video tour of the building slated for an office conversion.
This new design will come up before the Landmarks Preservation Commission this month.
The apartments of 325 Kent are now open to renters.
Only 87 of the building’s 522 apartments are open to residents
Five years after Two Trees acquired the Domino Sugar Refinery site, its first apartments at 325 Kent Avenue are officially up for grabs.
Get a peek at a couple of the forthcoming rental building’s amenities.
The 42-story mixed-use building will rise at the northernmost end of the Williamsburg megaproject, and bring more than 300 apartments to the development.
The Williamsburg waterfront is set to get a new piece of parkland
The Williamsburg megaproject is already in high demand: the doughnut-shaped building at 325 Kent Avenue had a huge turnout for its affordable housing lottery.
More views of SHoP Architects’s doughnut-shaped building, which is rising along the Williamsburg waterfront.
The skybridge of 325 Kent Avenue is here and more quirky than ever.
Thanks to a book intended as a marketing tool for the new development, we’ve got new looks at the 380,000-square-foot office space, including its terraces and new exterior renderings.
Located at 325 Kent Avenue, the building will have a total of 500 apartments, 105 of which will be affordable units. The lottery on those units is expected to go live in January next year. Construction will wrap sometime next year.
One of the rental buildings coming to the Domino Sugar Refinery site is making progress. New construction photos show that work on the donut-shaped building at 325 Kent Avenue has reached the 11th floor. When finished, it will stand 16-stories tall.
The CEO of Two Trees Management spoke with the New York Post and revealed the development firm is seeking a tech, creative or media firm to take up the entirety of the 380,000 square-foot building on Kent Avenue.
A developer had put forth the same idea back in 2001 but it was voted down by local residents due to due to it's potential to block waterfront views and the pollution the power plant would create. The plan was revived in 2013.