Two Trees Management releases new $1 billion plan for old Domino sugar factory in Williamsburg

Two Trees Management says it wants approval to

Two Trees Management says it wants approval to begin construction by the end of this year.

BROOKLYN - A new developer has released plans for the old Domino sugar factory along Williamsburg's waterfront.

Two Trees Management unveiled renderings this week for a $1 billion proposal that includes more than 2,000 apartment units, office space and a public park. It says the project would create more than 3,000 permanent jobs and bring new businesses to the area.

The company says it wants to get the city's approval and begin construction by the end of this year. It's expected to take 10 to 15 years to complete.  

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