When it opened in 1882, the Domino Sugar refinery on the
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, waterfront at 314 Kent Avenue was the worlds largest sugar refinery. Refining ceased at the site in 2004, and, within a few years, plans were afoot for redeveloping the 11-acre site between South 2nd and South 5th streets and Kent Avenue and the East River, into one of the biggest residential complexes in recent New York City history.
After original developers CPC Resources and
Isaac Katan abandoned their 2,200-apartment plans in 2012 due to financial trouble, Two Trees Management stepped in. The developer opted for apartments as well. After wrangling with the city over the number of affordable-housing units to include (Two Trees bumped the share to 700, 260 more than what the earlier developers offered), the de Blasio administration signed off on their plans in March 2014.
Two Trees $1.5 billion plans as of spring 2014 call for 2,300 apartments total, with office space geared toward technology companies and retail space as well. The purchase included 314 Kent Avenue,
320 Kent Avenue and 325 Kent Avenue. Under an agreement with the city, the developer can build to 55 stories, making the Domino Sugar redo one of the tallest on the Brooklyn waterfront.
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...The first building in Two Trees Management's long-delayed
Domino Sugar megaproject is scheduled to open this summer.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the...
...you going to be going up against the
Domino Sugar Factory project?
I don't know exactly when their first units will come to the...
...Court Street building.
Two Trees is developing the
Domino Sugar mixed-use development on Williamsburg’s waterfront. -- Konrad Putzier...
...Following the death of a worker at the
Domino Sugar redevelopment site in Williamsburg in December, Building & Construction Trades Council President Gary LaBarbera sent...
...a worker fell to his death at the
Domino Sugar redevelopment site in Brooklyn.
According to a report the city released in September, the...
...the month a worker was killed at the
Domino Sugar factory redevelopment in Williamsburg.
Patrick Purcell, the executive director of the Greater New York...
Jed Walentas’ Two Trees is developing the
Domino Sugar mixed-use complex on the Williamsburg waterfront along the trolley’s planned route. -- Konrad...
...his death while working on part of the
Domino Sugar redevelopment at 325 Kent Avenue.
In October, The Real Deal looked at how how contractors...
...attract “hip” creative types to the firm’s
Domino Sugar Factory redevelopment in Williamsburg, Two Trees Management produced a slew of new renderings for...
...Rendering of the
Domino Sugar factory conversion and Melissa Mark-Viverito
City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito indicated support for a...
Domino Sugar Factory (Credit: SHoP Architects)
Updated Dec. 9 2:14 p.m.: A 59-year-old construction worker fell to...
...Renderings of the
Domino Sugar factory campus (credit: Two Trees)
Ping pong tables and kegs? So 2013! Jed Walentas of...
...-square-foot headquarters at 49 South 2nd Street, the former
Domino Sugar factory. The Metropolitan Avenue building developed by Steiner Studios comes with a swimming pool...
...and is in the process of redeveloping the
Domino Sugar Factory site in Williamsburg. -- Chava Gourarie...
...purchase of a development site next to the
Domino Sugar Factory megaproject...
...a deal with the city to rezone its
Domino Sugar site in Williamsburg.
The Real Deal first reported in April that Arana Hankin, a...
...From the June issue: A contractor at the
Domino Sugar site forklifted away a neighborhood resident's park, Dream Midtown and Time Hotel entrepreneur Vikram...
When Vishaan Chakrabarti opened his new architecture firm last year, he made clear the kind of work the office would be willing to do. He...
...for Brookfield's enormous Manhattan West project, Two Trees'
Domino Sugar redevelopment in Brooklyn and 515 West 36th Street, a residential tower under construction in Hudson...
...Trees Management’s $2 billion redevelopment of the former
Domino Sugar Refinery were seen using a forklift to hoist an inconvenient 2004 Infiniti, according to the...
...over the conditions of a rezoning of the
Domino Sugar factory site in Williamsburg. The parties eventually reached an agreement – and a limited liability...
...totaling 1,720 units – at the site of the former
Domino Sugar factory on the Williamsburg waterfront.
Hudson Meridian Construction – 2,115,122
Financial District-based Hudson Meridian received permits...
...a South Williamsburg development site next to the
Domino Sugar Factory megaproject, Flank closed late last week on the purchase for $36.2 million, or more...
...will sit just south of Two Trees Management's
Domino Sugar factory conversion, where more than 2,000 new units will hit the market.
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Two Trees Management CEO Jed Walentas, whose
Domino Sugar Factory redevelopment was approved in 2014, gave $100,000 to the group. Toll Brothers City Living’s...
...proposed units, a figure bolstered by Two Trees’
Domino Sugar building at 325 Kent Avenue in Williamsburg (522 units), Red Apple Group’s 86 Fleet Place in...
...developers behind the $1.5 billion redevelopment of the old
Domino Sugar refinery in Williamsburg, clocked in at No. 2 with just over 1.96 million square feet across...
...projects like the NYU expansion and the first
Domino Sugar Factory redevelopment plans through the city’s approval process.
“She’s really smart, and...
...which is spearheading the massive redevelopment of the
Domino Sugar factory in Williamsburg.
Led by father-and-son duo David and Jed Walentas, Two Trees currently...
...launch in the past year. By contrast, the
Domino Sugar redevelopment, developed by David Walentas’ Two Trees, which is expected to break ground next...
...potential deals, including a project at the old
Domino Sugar site in Brooklyn.
But not everyone in New York has greeted CIM as saviors...
...Long Island City, CAMBA Gardens in Flatbush, the
Domino Sugar Factory in Williamsburg, West Farms Road in the Bronx, and many more. (See chart...