See new photos of SHoP Architects’ Domino rental tower at 325 Kent

Posted On Fri, February 9, 2018 By

Posted On Fri, February 9, 2018 By In Architecture, New Developments, Rentals, Williamsburg

Photo: Adrian Gaut

Now that the doughnut-shaped 16-story waterfront rental building at 325 Kent Avenue is nearly complete, you can take a look at some seductive new snaps of interiors and amenity spaces to see if it lives up to the hype. The first structure at the 11-acre Domino Sugar Factory site to open, the 522-unit riverfront tower brings something new to ogle to the famously rezoned Williamsburg neighborhood’s veritable city of glassy condo towers that surround the landmarked Refinery building.

325 Kent, Domino, Two Trees, SHOP Architects, Williamsburg

325 Kent, Domino, Two Trees, SHOP Architects, WilliamsburgPhotos: Adrian Gaut

A copper-clad façade on the building’s lower floors turns to zinc on the upper floors; a perforated curtain lets sunlight in. At its base, a three-story bridge contains the building’s substantial menu of core amenities. Residents started moving into the tower in the fall after the building’s 104 affordable units received a deluge of 87,000 applications.

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325 Kent, Domino, Two Trees, SHOP Architects, WilliamsburgPhotos: Daniel Levin

The building’s 522 units include studios, one-bedroom, one-bedroom with home office, and two-bedroom apartments.

325 Kent, Domino, Two Trees, SHOP Architects, Williamsburg

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Photos: Daniel Levin

Wide-plank wood floors, gleaming kitchens, and balconies pale in comparison to stellar river, bridge, and city views.

325 Kent, Domino, Two Trees, SHOP Architects, WilliamsburgPhoto: Daniel Levin

325 Kent, Domino, Two Trees, SHOP Architects, Williamsburg
Photo: Adrian Gaut

325 Kent’s much-talked-about amenities include a James Corner Field Operations-designed 7,000-square-foot roof deck overlooking the Williamsburg Bridge, Brooklyn, and Manhattan, a 2,000-square-foot fourth-floor courtyard, and a health club. There’s also a residents’ lounge with more city views, a fireplace and a chef’s kitchen for catering. On the ground floor will be specialty food and beverage purveyor Mekelburg’s, a restaurant by Michelin-starred chef Missy Robbins (of Lilia fame), and Sky Ting Yoga, and the six-acre Domino Park is set to open this summer at the site.

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