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Williamsburg's Southside now has a marvelous and long-overdue waterfront park.
A 59-year-old man fell to his death at the sprawling Domino construction site on Williamsburg's Southside this morning.
Starting Monday, you can enter the lottery for a cheap studio, one-bedroom or two-bedroom in Williamsburg's newest mega-development.
If you haven't been by the old Domino Sugar Refinery site in a while, you're in for a surprise.
If you're looking for something fun to do this weekend, this is your last chance to check out Kara Walker's impressive installation at the former Domino Sugar Refinery in Williamsburg.
The Domino Sugar Factory won't remain a hollowed-out building carcass for eternity after all, with Mayor de Blasio having successfully brokered a deal with Two Trees head Jed Walentas.
Nitehawk is hosting a free outdoor movie series on the grounds of the former Domino Sugar Factory.
A vacant lot in Williamsburg has been transformed into an "interim community space," complete with an urban farm, open air bilingual reading room, affordable food vending, a bike course and 8,000 square feet of grass.
Our source speculates the projection was created by the same group that wants the Domino site to be turned into an ambitious new art center along the lines of the Tate Modern in London.
"We really believe Brooklyn deserves better," said SHoP Architects' Vishaan Chakrabarti. "We've seen rezoning pass, and there's an extraordinary monotony that's developing along the waterfront."
Williamsburg could be getting a lot of new office space at the New Domino project.
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