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Residential building at Domino Sugar Site tops out

One of the buildings in Two Trees Development’s Domino Sugar Factory mixed-use project has topped out.

The building topped out
The building topped out

The building known as Site E (325 Kent Ave)  topped out Sept. 21. The 16-story tower along the South Williamsburg waterfront was designed by SHoP Architects, and the $200 million rental building will have 500 market-rate units and 105 affordable units.

Developers are expecting to have residents move into the building next summer, and the affordable units will start being marketed next January.

The site of the former Domino Sugar Factory, an 11-acre waterfront site, is being transformed into 600,000 s/f of office space, six acres of park space, 2,800 apartments, 700 of which will be affordable, and 200,000 s/f of community and retail space.


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