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  • BAMsouthrendering

    Rendering of BAM South in Downtown Brooklyn (credit: Enrique Norten)

    Two Trees Management raised $168 million in financing for its 32-story, mixed-use project known as BAM South in Downtown Brooklyn, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • Domino Sugar Factory demolition underway

    October 20, 2014 05:20PM
    Demolition of the Domino Sugar Factory

    Demolition of the Domino Sugar Factory (credit: Max Touhey)

    The original Domino Sugar Factory is officially making way for Two Trees’ Domino megaproject. [more]

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  • Rendering of 60 Water Street

    Rendering of 60 Water Street

    Leasing launches today at Two Trees Management’s 60 Water Street in Dumbo today, and so particulars on the unit offerings have finally been revealed. Click here for the details and floor plans.

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  • From left: 45 Main Street and Huge CEO Aaron Shapiro

    From left: 45 Main Street and Huge CEO Aaron Shapiro

    Taking another full floor at Two Trees Management’s 45 Main Street, Digital agency Huge Inc. continues to grow in leaps and bounds in Dumbo, Brooklyn.

    Huge will lease out the building’s entire third floor, growing from 55,000 square feet to 80,000 square feet, the New York Post reported. The startup founded in 1999 carved out a 2,500-square-foot space at 45 Main Street in 2006, and expanded by nearly 30,000 square feet three years later and 20,000 square feet two years after that, according to the newspaper. [more]

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  • Development on the site of the Domino Sugar Factory

    The northernmost building at the Domino Sugar Factory sit will be split between residential and office

    Two Trees Management filed plans today revealing information on the third new building at its Domino Sugar Factory development along the Williamsburg waterfront. [more]

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  • From left: Two Trees parcels along Long Pond and the horse farm at 849 Hayground Road, Bridgehampton

    From left: Two Trees parcels along Long Pond and the horse farm at 849 Hayground Road, Bridgehampton

    UPDATED, 2:33 p.m., July 17: The owner of Bridgehampton’s Two Trees Farm, Dumbo-based developer David Walentas, is shaking up his strategy for unloading his famed 115-acre property and splitting it into two separate listings. [more]

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  • 320 Kent Avenue in Williamsburg

    320 Kent Avenue in Williamsburg

    The first permits for 320 Kent Avenue have been filed. [more]

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  • Dumbo

    Dumbo

    WEEKENDEDITION While many luxury developers are using art to lure wealthy buyers (see previous item), Two Trees Management is using hefty discounts to attract artists. [more]

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  • From left: Sol Arker, a snapshot of the Morrissania portfolio, and David Walentas

    From left: Sol Arker, a snapshot of the Morrisania portfolio, and David Walentas

    The Arker Companies, a New York-based developer of affordable housing, is making a major property play in the South Bronx. Arker is buying Two Trees Management’s “Morrisania” multifamily portfolio, a 676-unit, 18-property affordable housing package with nearly 675,000 square feet of space, according to a source familiar with the deal. [more]

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  • From left: Rendering of 2 Grand Street's ground-level retail space and the entire project

    From left: Renderings of 2 Grand Street’s ground-level retail space and the entire project (Credit: SHoP Architects)

    UPDATED, 10:56 a.m., June 4: Two Trees’ Jed Walentas has filed building permits for infrastructure at Site E, which will ultimately house the waterfront buildings of the long-awaited Domino Sugar refinery megaproject. [more]

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  • 125 Court Street in Downtown Brooklyn

    125 Court Street in Downtown Brooklyn

    WEEKENDEDITION Tenants of Two Trees’ Court House Apartments are accusing the developer of moldy and dangerous conditions in the building. The tenants are now asking the city to intervene and force Two Trees to improve their living conditions before allowing work to start on the Domino Sugar Factory conversation. [more]

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  • A rendering of the Domino factory conversion

    A rendering of the Domino factory conversion

    The New York City Council is scheduled to vote on the final plan for the Domino Sugar Plant redevelopment in Brooklyn on Wednesday. [more]

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  • A rendering of the Domino factory conversion

    A rendering of the Domino factory conversion

    Two Trees’ Domino Sugar redevelopment project will have to wait a little longer to clear the its last administrative hurdle. [more]

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  • domino-sugar

    From left: Stephen Levin, Jed Walentas of Two Trees and the Domino Sugar site rendering


    City Council has reached an agreement with developer Two Trees Management to allow for buildings as tall as 55 stories at the former Domino Sugar Factory site in Williamsburg. [more]

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  • From left: Mercedes House and an NYPD horse

    From left: Mercedes House and an NYPD horse

    The opulent 32-story Mercedes House project on the Far West Side, mostly built for the well-off New Yorkers who inhabit it, is about to take on a whole new breed of residents. [more]

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  • From left:

    From left: Jed Walentas of Two Trees, the Domino Sugar site rendering and Mayor Bill de Blasio

    From the April issue: Last month, Mayor Bill de Blasio seemed to notch an early victory when he convinced Brooklyn developer Jed Walentas, of Two Trees Development, to increase the number of affordable housing units at the mammoth Domino Sugar Factory mixed-use project in Williamsburg. [more]

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  • From left: Levin, rendering of Domino Sugar factory project and Jed Walentas

    From left: Steve Levin, rendering of Domino Sugar factory project and Jed Walentas

    At a hearing on the redevelopment of the Domino Sugar factory, the zoning subcommittee of the City Council voiced concern the 2.2 million-square-foot project could house more people than the Brooklyn neighborhood can handle. [more]

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  • From left: Rendering of Domino Sugar refinery redevelopment and Bill de Blasio

    From left: Rendering of Domino Sugar refinery redevelopment and Bill de Blasio

    The deal the City Planning Commission struck with Two Trees Management to redevelop the Domino Sugar refinery in Brooklyn is being declared a win for the city — and real estate interests, too. [more]

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  • A rendering of the Domino factory conversion

    A rendering of the Domino factory conversion

    WEEKENDEDITION In the wake of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s deal with the developers of the $1.5 billion Domino sugar plant project – which allows for greater building heights in exchange for additional affordable housing — some activist and preservationists fear that the new towers will literally cast a shadow over their beloved neighborhood.  [more]

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  • Rendering of Domino Sugar factory redevelopment

    Rendering of Domino Sugar factory redevelopment

    The City Planning Commission has approved Two Trees Management Company’s redevelopment plan for the landmarked Domino Sugar site in Williamsburg.

    Two Trees plans to convert the shuttered waterfront factory at 292-314 Kent Avenue into 2,184 apartments and 631,000 square feet of office space. [more]

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