When complete, it will stand 73 stories and 1,066 feet tall, making it the first building in the borough to hit quadruple digits in height.
After years of prep and foundation work, the skyscraper has risen to about eight stories, about double its height in late May.
The white precast concrete facade is almost complete, except for a few strips running from the ground floor to the top of the building.
According to new renderings, it looks like a pool might swirl around the dome on top of the landmarked Dime Savings Bank.
In Downtown Brooklyn, workers are preparing to fuse Brooklyn's first supertall skyscraper to the one of the borough's most iconic structures.
Installation of the exterior facade continues at the first new building under construction at Two Trees' Domino Sugar development in Williamsburg.
Living at 461 Dean, designed by critically acclaimed SHoP Architects, puts Brooklyn life right outside your front door.
A lottery opened Monday for affordable units in the long-in-the-works Domino Sugar Factory mega-project that will transform the north Brooklyn waterfront when it is complete.
The first new tower under construction at the former Domino Sugar factory site is rising at 325 Kent Avenue in Williamsburg. Developed by Two Trees Management and designed by SHoP Architects, the mega-development is one of the most unusual projects under construction in Brooklyn.
Yesterday was the ground breaking on a residential building in the Hunters Point South Development – Bloomberg tweeted about it: