N.Y.C. Council approves Domino redevelopment plan

The New York City Council has finally approved the redevelopment plan for the old Domino Sugar refinery.The council agreed to develop 2,200 apartments, a public

WILLIAMSBURG - The New York City Council has finally approved the redevelopment plan for the old Domino Sugar refinery.

The council agreed to develop 2,200 apartments, a public esplanade, retail shops, as well as cultural and office space. More than 600 of the apartments will be for lower-income residents.

The project will still preserve the refinery building and the 40-foot-high Domino sign.

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