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 50,000 square-foot expanse, now called L10 Arts and Cultural Center, will feature movie theaters, performance spaces, galleries and a public library branch.
Condominium declaration documents have been filed, paving the way for the arrival of the long-promised Brooklyn Public Library and cultural organizations.
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 developer of wildly popular Domino Park is seeking public input to build another "world class" green space on the waterfront.
The public plaza outside the mega-development at 300 Ashland, Whole Foods 365 and Fort Greene's Apple store on the corner of Flatbush Avenue is under construction.
The transformation of the historic Domino Sugar Refinery into modern offices seems to finally be in motion.
Less than a year after the opening of its titular park, the second building on the Domino mega-project site developing along the Williamsburg waterfront is quickly rising.
The building opened in 2016, but the Brooklyn Public Library and cultural spaces at 300 Ashland in Fort Greene won't open till at least 2020, groups involved said.
Guests mingled over bluegrass music and munched on chips and ceviche at Brownstoner Open Houses on the rooftop at Two Trees' 45 Main in Dumbo last week.