Clad in fluorescent construction trappings, the Domino Sugar Factory at 325 Kent Ave. continues to hold court on the Williamsburg waterfront. As photos from Tectonic reveal, the 16-story building is beginning to settle into its terraced final form, complete with a trestled suite of apartments that appear to be suspended mid-air. The building is just a piece of the puzzle that is the Domino Sugar Refinery "master plan," one that "envisions a new skyline for Brooklyn," according to SHoP Architects, which was hired by Two Trees Management to transform the site into a mix of offices, market-rate and affordable housing, community facilities, and retail space.
More than 100 of the lowest-cost units at 325 Kent were recently made available through a housing lottery.
Singles who earned between $21,722 and $25,400 annually were eligible for the cheapest $596-per-month studios. Families of four who made no more than $54,360 a year were able to apply for 13 two-bedrooms that rent for $979 a month.
The rest of the of the building’s 400-plus units will be offered at market rate. Amenities such as parking, bike storage, and the gym will also cost extra.
Tectonic also fired up one of its drones to get a broader view of the entire site.
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