The developer has met with neighboring residents in recent weeks as they prepare to push their proposal through the city’s lengthy public review process.
In historic Dumbo, 60 Water Street offers city living with a connection to Brooklyn’s history and greatest asset: the waterfront.
An informational meeting about a massive new waterfront development drew such a large crowd, the meeting had to be postponed.
When completed, it will create a continuous waterfront walk that will stretch for one mile from the beginning of Domino Park to the end of the new park.
The white precast concrete facade is almost complete, except for a few strips running from the ground floor to the top of the building.
The event is happening on August 5 at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge.
Domino Park officially opened Sunday -- the fanfare included acrobatics, music and performances -- and was flooded with children all weekend.
Just a few more days and Brooklynites will finally be able to access more waterfront green space in Williamsburg.
When Domino Park opens to the public, it will have waterfront seating, picnic areas, bocce and volleyball courts, and a playground designed to resemble a colorful version of the former factory here.
The Manhattan Bridge almost looks close enough to reach out and touch from the roof of Two Trees' 45 Main Street in Dumbo.