Sought after for their ideal locations.
Two Trees residential buildings are situated within the city's most desirable neighborhoods, close to exciting restaurants, bars, retail, transportation hubs, cultural landmarks, and open green spaces.
Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, Williamsburg was a hub of industrial, cultural, and economic growth with many major businesses, schools, banks, and factories. Today it is one of New York City’s most vibrant neighborhoods and the epicenter of Brooklyn’s creative culture. Domino Park, built by Two Trees on the site of the former Domino Sugar Factory, has opened the waterfront to the public and the neighborhood’s mix of artistic energy, exiting restaurants and unique retail shops make it one of the city’s most desirable places to live and work.Williamsburg availabilities
One South First redefines waterfront living as the first building located on Williamsburg’s award-winning Domino Park. An iconic modern tower with thoughtfully designed residences, luxury amenities, and direct front-door access to a vibrant park and tranquil waterfront escape, One South First is a standout in the Brooklyn neighborhood most defined by its spirit of individualism and diverse sense of community.
325 Kent is the first building of the acclaimed Domino development and has it all: luxury apartments with amenity-rich Studios, 1 and 2 Bedrooms in an idyllic location, stunning architecture, jaw-dropping skyline views of Williamburg Bridge and NYC, unparalleled amenities, such as outdoor grilling and dining areas on our rooftop and 24-hour concierge, curated retail and a new 5-acre waterfront park.
Nestled on the waterfront between the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan Bridge, DUMBO is one of New York City’s most sought-after neighborhoods with a rich history, lively art and tech scenes, access to 85 acres of riverfront park and some of the best views in the city. This dynamic hub combines big city benefits with the intimacy and quirkiness of a small neighborhood, all a short subway, bike or ferry ride from Manhattan and other Brooklyn neighborhoods.DUMBO availabilities
60 Water's minimalist design delivers maximum impact to the DUMBO skyline and offers light-filled residences with incredible views of Manhattan, the Brooklyn Bridge, and beyond.
Originally part of Robert Gair's "Gairville" over a century ago, 25 Washington, along with its sister building 30 Washington, frames that iconic view of the Manhattan Bridge. The building has over 100 generous loft layouts, some with private rooftop terraces, and all complete with custom kitchens, stone countertops, and exposed wood beams.
Once an integral part of DUMBO’s proud manufacturing past, 30 Washington, located on a charming cobblestone street, now holds close to one hundred units, some with private outdoor terraces, all with luxurious, modern amenities, including a rooftop deck designed by James Corner Field Operations of High Line fame. Together with 25 Washington, the building frames the iconic view of the Manhattan Bridge flooding social media on a daily basis.
Located on the popular cobblestone street in the heart of DUMBO, 65 Washington boasts 12 stories of studio, 1, 2, and 3-bedroom residences complete with conveniences such as an elevator, gym, bike room, and private terraces.
81 Washington, located on DUMBO's most popular cobblestone street, is a 5-story warehouse transformed into loft-style residences, featuring original wood beams, high ceilings, and oversized windows, all paying homage to the rich history of the building and the neighborhood.
66 Water is the best of loft-living, located in one of DUMBO's first industrial buildings. Situated on a quaint cobblestone street on top of an outpost of the renowned chocolatier Jacques Torres, the building is across the street from the popular Empire Stores and St. Ann's Warehouse, and within steps of the waterfront, Brooklyn Bridge Park, and Jane's Carousel.
Steps from DUMBO's waterfront on a quaint cobblestone street, 85 Water is a 3-floor brownstone above the neighborhood's beloved Almondine Bakery. Nestled between the vibrant Empire Stores' shopping scene and Brooklyn Bridge Park, 85 Water offers a mix of city life and quiet intimacy. Enjoy local restaurants like Cecconi’s, Sugarcane Raw Bar and Grill, and Vinegar Hill House Cafe within minutes of leaving your front door.
Fort Greene / Downtown Brooklyn
Historically, downtown Brooklyn had been a commercial and civic center. However, in the past decade the area has become more residential, attracting people with its rich cultural institutions, parks and lively atmosphere.Fort Greene / Downtown Brooklyn availabilities
Designed to connect modern residences with the Fort Greene community, 300 Ashland is centrally located at a unique intersection in the heart of the Brooklyn Cultural District. It is the most intimate and sophisticated choice available when looking for a place to call home in this exciting and dynamic neighborhood.
Brooklyn Heights / Cobble Hill
Brooklyn Heights and Cobble Hill are vibrant neighborhoods with an old time feel, within bustling New York City. Brooklyn Heights remains one of the most coveted places to live in the city with easy access to multiple playgrounds, dog runs, the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, Brooklyn Bridge Park and beautiful cobblestone, tree-lined streets. Cobble Hill, just across Atlantic Avenue, retains the same close-knit neighborhood feeling with small boutiques, family run restaurants and eclectic coffee shops. Both neighborhoods are only one quick subway stop away from Manhattan.Brooklyn Heights / Cobble Hill availabilities
Standing proudly in the middle of Brooklyn's most charming and desirable neighborhood, 125 Court St. provides great layouts for comfortable and convenient living. A tremendous private courtyard designed by James Corner Field Operations awaits for outdoor dining, socializing, or just relaxing. The building's location benefits from the ease of shopping, dining, entertainment, and fitness, all within a few blocks.
From one of the most historic architectural firms, McKim, Mead & White, comes one of its most celebrated buildings, 110 Livingston. A historic Beaux Arts-style landmark is now a prized Brooklyn Heights address. The building offers a full-service luxury experience with meticulous condo finishes and details.
164 Atlantic is an artifact from NYC's nautical past during the turn of the 20th century. Sail lofts, which once accommodated enormous boat masts, have been turned into spacious homes for select Brooklynites who continue to live a legacy of style and substance. Thanks to modern restoration, each space features wood beams and cast-iron columns, making every home a piece of history.
In Brooklyn’s historic district, 200 Atlantic, better known as "Cobble Hill Mews", is about clean and classic urban appeal. Residences feature high performance kitchens and baths, hardwood floors, and open layouts. Some have private rooftop terraces with skyline views of Lower Manhattan, while others enjoy shared recreation space.
138 Court is a classic 3-story brownstone perched in the laid-back neighborhood of Cobble Hill. Families and young professionals alike choose this location for a small-town vibe with city conveniences.
Hell’s Kitchen, also known as “Clinton,” and “Midtown West,” is situated along the Hudson River on Manhattan’s West Side. Close to the world’s most celebrated theater district, Lincoln Center, Central Park, Columbus Circle, Hudson Yards, and Times Square, Hell’s Kitchen brings together the best of all worlds- from a Broadway show, to a symphony, to shopping at Columbus Circle.Hell's Kitchen availabilities