Domino by the numbers

The Brooklyn Paper

Now that the Domino Refinery redevelopment plan has been approved by the City Planning Commission, let’s take a look at its latest iteration before it gets debated by City Council later this month:

• Area of the waterfront rezoning: 11.2 acres

• Number of units: 2,200 to 2,400

• Number of below-market rate units: 660

• Tallest buildings: 40 stories

• New public open space created: 4 acres

• Retail space: 128,000 square feet

• Commercial space: 98,000 square feet

• Community facility space: 147,000 square feet.

• Estimated permanent jobs: 1,000

• Number of parking spaces: 1,428

Reader Feedback

Dave from Greenpoint says:
660 affordable that’s a big accomplishment for the community… good luck with this nice project.
June 10, 2010, 11:06 am

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