SHoP Architects Finishes ‘325 Kent’ Residences in Brooklyn

Images by Adrian Gaut

325 Kent -- situated in the 11-acre domino sugar mill site on the Williamsburg waterfront -- is now complete, and fresh graphics provide a never-before-seen look at the development. Designed by SHoP Architects, the building stands at 16 stories tall and comes with a striking silhouette that measures up incrementally. 522 apartments are organized around a dramatic opening above a raised courtyard, which provides views of the adjacent park, the east river, and also the New York city skyline.

Developed by Two Trees management, 325 kent intends to associate with the surrounding low-rise neighborhood, the landmarked refinery construction, along with also the taller waterfront buildings slated for development. SHoP architects made the website with an architectural opening crowned with a three-story bridge -- a link that hosts the building's major amenities.

'325 kent is the first building to present on the domino sugar website, and with that, we are delivering on our promise to deliver striking architecture, affordable housing to neighborhood residents, and local Brooklyn retailers into the Williamsburg waterfront,' says Jed Walentas, chief of 2 trees direction. 'the construction features incredible outdoor space for all residents to enjoy, that will complement the new waterfront public park coming into the neighborhood next summer.'