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Articles about "Domino Site Redevelopment"
Brooklyn's Domino Sugar Development a Done Deal
June 19, 2014
After years of fierce negotiations, New York City bureaucrats and Two Trees Management Co. LLC have reached a deal over what to do with Brooklyn's Domino Sugar Refinery locale—the soon-to-be defunct pinnacle of Brooklyn's rapidly diminishing rotting architecture enclave.Read More
Building Up the Market: More Permits Than Last Year
March 06, 2014
Building permits for new residential units have increased over the past year - this is true for all the city's boroughs. More specifically, according to REBNY, 2013 show a 70.7% increase from 2012's numbers. This is of particular note, since a significant drop in the number of such permits occurred amidst the economic doldrums of 2009, from which the 2013 numbers show a 204% bump.Read More
NYC’s Most Innovative According to Fast Company
February 12, 2014
Fast Company’s annual compilation featuring The World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies came out yesterday, and 6 of these companies are here in NYC.Read More
Surprise! Williamsburg Activists Release Alternative Renderings for Domino Site
November 27, 2013
In an unexpected and slightly bemusing twist, a new rendering for the Domino Sugar Factory site has been made public. The alternative rendering, released by the Holm Arcitecture Office (HAO) with support from community activists, is a far-cry from SHoP’s renderings in that it repurposes the entire site into a center for the arts and public space rather than new residential and office space.Read More