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Williamsburg’s Domino Sugar Plant development to get cool, hipster amenities (naturally)

Howard Halle

The redevelopment of the Domino’s Sugar Plant in Williamsburg into condos and offices has been in the news quit a bit since the plan was first announced a few years back by Two Trees Management. Designed by SHoP Architects (the firm behind the Barclay Center and the forthcoming tallest tower in Brooklyn), the project has been surrounded by a cool, hipster, arty vibe since its inception. Just before construction got underway, in fact, the site hosted Kara Walker’s enormous installation of mammy-headed sphinx inside the old factory (whose walls were still coated with the residue left over from refining sugar). Since then, building has proceeded apace, and recently, renderings were released for the complex’s amenities. As first reported by Curbed, these include things like a rooftop dining, open plan office space with floor-to-ceiling windows and—more unusually—a skateboard park. You can check out the images below. 


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