Two Trees Management has signed another brewery deal.
Other Half Brewing will open Other Half Domino Park, a taproom and production facility, at 34 River Street in One South First, the second mixed-use building to open at the Domino Sugar redevelopment site.
Co-founders Andrew Burman, Matt Monahan and Sam Richardson said the new bar will open next month and feature more experimental beverages, including seltzers, small-batch and fruited beers,.
“We’ll be brewing with new hops and yeast strains and are excited to create more on-the-fly beers,” said Richardson, noting that the brewery’s original Brooklyn location will continue to offer canned beers to go and focus on IPAs, sours and stouts.
Other Half will anchor the corner of South 1st Street and River Avenue, in a 3,600 s/f space with 50-feet of waterfront frontage overlooking Manhattan and the East River.
Designed by Space Exploration, the taproom and production facility will offer an outdoor patio with eight tables, 20-foot windows and natural light.
It will be flanked by Roberta’s Pizza and OddFellows Ice Cream Co., and guests will be able to order food from these and other neighboring establishments, including Misi and Domino Park’s Tacocina, to enjoy on-premise once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.
“We’re excited to open a second Brooklyn outpost in Williamsburg in such a picturesque location with an outdoor patio,” said Monahan. “Domino Park is an iconic New York landmark and we’re thrilled be part of the neighborhood’s dynamic restaurant and hospitality community,”
Jed Walentas, CEO of Two Trees Management, said, “We’ve been incredibly intentional about the independent, Brooklyn-born food retailers coming to Domino and the Other Half Brewery will be a terrific addition to Williamsburg.
“With Domino Park just outside the Brewery and Roberta’s right next door, One South First will be a premier destination along Grand Street, which continues to emerge as a cultural and food destination in Brooklyn.”
Developed by Two Trees Management, One South First is the second mixed-use building to open at the Domino Sugar Factory development. Designed by COOKFOX Architects, the building stands 42 stories tall and features two interlocking buildings with 330 rental units including 66 below market apartments, 150,000 s/f of office space and 15,000 s/f of retail.
This is the second boozy deal Two Trees has signed this week. On Tuesday, the developer announced that Evil Twin Brewing will open a new location on the ground floor of the iconic 45 Main Street building in DUMBO, Brooklyn.
The 1,950 square foot space will be Evil Twin Brewing’s second location in New York City.