Two Trees Management Co. has revealed has revealed its plans for their redevelopment of the Domino Sugar Factory. The bold waterfront designs were crafted by SHoP Architects who were responsible for The Barclay’s Center. From Brooklyn Eagle:
one tower is shaped like a giant zero, another balances apartments atop offices with a hole in the middle, a third features terraced residences stacked along Kent Avenue, and the southernmost edifice is a pair of pencil-thin towers connected by a bridge that could become Brooklyn’s tallest structure at 598 feet and 55 stories.
These dramatic alterations, including a request to build 20 stories taller than the previous owners Community Preservation Corporation Resources, will force Two Trees to take the project through the city’s approval process for a second time.
Tallest building in Brooklyn? Number shaped structures on the waterfront? This is a lot to process, but it sounds like there’s still an awful lot that needs to happen before this becomes a reality. Read more at Brooklyn Eagle.