Thursday, April 24, 2014

After Concessions, Domino Sugar Site in Williamsburg Wins 'Go-Ahead' Vote from Levin

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 Two Trees Management's Domino Sugar Refinery redevelopment project on the waterfront in Williamsburg moved a step forward by winning a go-ahead vote from City Councilman Stephen Levin and the council's Land Use Committee Thursday, the Brooklyn Eagle reports.

A source told the Eagle that Councilman Levin won concessions from the development firm.

“After weeks of discussions we have reached an agreement on the project at the Domino Sugar site that will build on the gains made by the de Blasio Administration to maximize affordable housing and open space to the Williamsburg community,” Levin said in a statement Thursday.

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Anonymous said...

The alleged concessions here are as real as the alleged likelihood of LICH remaining open. It's all smoke and mirrors.

Anonymous said...

They (Councilmen) just like to put their little icing on the cake before signing off.