Wanna see photos of 325 Kent Ave., the Domino mega-development’s new building?

Eye On Real Estate

February 21, 2018 By Lore Croghan Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Welcome to 325 Kent Ave., the new apartment building that's part of Two Trees Management's Domino mega-development. Photo by Adrian Gaut courtesy of Two Trees Management

Have you seen the new photos of 325 Kent Ave., the recently opened rental-apartment building that’s part of Williamsburg’s Domino mega-development?

A rep for developer Two Trees Management recently sent them to us and writers at other publications.

You may have looked at them on other websites. But they’re interesting pictures so we’ve decided to post them, too.

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They zoom in on the copper and zinc facade of the SHoP Architects-designed building, offer a glimpse of a rooftop deck that overlooks the Williamsburg Bridge and reveal apartments with balconies and excellent views.    

There are 522 apartments in the eye-catching 16-story building, which is shaped like a giant squared-off donut and is bordered by South 3rd and South 4th streets. Twenty percent, or 104, of the apartments are affordable units for low-income residents.

It’s the first building to open in the 11-acre Domino development.

The last bits of construction at 325 Kent Ave. are expected to wrap up this spring. Retail spaces are being built out and the interior courtyard is being completed.


We asked Two Trees Management via email about how residential leasing’s going at 325 Kent Ave.  

We got back word through a spokesman that the company hopes to lease out the building by fall.

When we checked 325 Kent Ave.’s website the other day, we found available studio apartments for net effective rents of $2,415 per month and up. Net effective rents were $3,039 per month and up for one-bedroom apartments and $4,762 per month and up for two-bedroom units.

As for the retail spaces, the team that built Mekelburg’s, a Clinton Hill combination grocery store-bar-restaurant, is launching a new culinary concept at 325 Kent Ave., probably this spring.

Sky Ting Yoga is opening soon.

Michelin star-winning chef Missy Robbins, who owns an Italian restaurant called Lilia in North Williamsburg, is opening a restaurant at 325 Kent Ave.

And independent pharmacy called The Modern Chemist is opening a shop at the new Domino building.


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