As New York City’s most vibrant neighborhood, Williamsburg is the epicenter of Brooklyn’s creative culture.
The neighborhood’s mix of artistic energy and amenities have also made it the City’s most desirable place to live. 325 Kent is perfectly situated in a spot that comfortably balances the bustle of North Williamsburg with the charm and character of South Williamsburg. Still close to conveniences like Whole Foods, Apple and Equinox, the streets that surround 325 Kent retain the authenticity that originally drew people to this special place.
Two Trees has partnered with James Corner Field Operations, acclaimed architects of the High Line, to design Domino’s new waterfront park. Spanning a quarter mile from Grand Street to South 5th Street, this extraordinary open space will reconnect the neighborhood to its waterfront for the first time in a century. Integrating uniquely beautiful artifacts from the site’s industrial history with a full range of passive and active recreational programming, Domino’s new park is destined to become one of New York City’s premier attractions. It includes amenities for all ages and all demographics with features such as athletic fields, bocce courts, performance space, fountains, a dog run, an iconic playground and areas for relaxation and leisure.
Built to complement the new park, 325 Kent is a shining example of the spark that happens when a neighborhood comes together.