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, exciting restaurants and unique retail shops make it one of the city’s most desirable places to live and work.
Exploring the Neighborhood
Today, Williamsburg continues to be known for its unique businesses, from family-owned shops to a melting pot of restaurants and bars. The area is also considered highly influential across music, fashion, food, design and art. Contact us today to rent an apartment in Williamsburg!
Landmarks include the Williamsburg Bridge, the Domino Sugar Factory and Domino Park, Peter Luger Steak House, Brooklyn Brewery.
Domino Park, designed by James Corner Field Operations and built by Two Trees is a six-acre multi-purpose green space with active programming and events throughout the year.
Smorgasburg, a weekly food market nestled on the Brooklyn waterfront, features packaged and prepared foods and beverages from over 75 different local and out-of-state vendors.
Brooklyn Bowl and Music Hall of Williamsburg are unique concert venues frequented by residents and visitors.
The Brooklyn Flea and Artists & Fleas are just some of the recurring flea-market-style shopping experiences you’ll find in Williamsburg; the area is also home to many vintage, boutique and specialty shops.
Fun Fact: Trolley tracks were once part of the Williamsburg bridge, allowing passengers to cross the bridge in street cars using an underground terminal; they have since been abandoned
NYC Ferry: Easy River Route
Cafe's, Restaurants & Bars
- Cafe Mogador
- Partner’s Coffee
- Café Collette
- Radegast Hall & Biergarten
- Jane Motorcycles & Café
- Peter Luger Steakhouse
- Randolph Beer
- Sunday in Brooklyn
- Four Horsemen
- La Superior
- Joe's Pizza
- Rough Trade
- Artist & Fleas
- Trader Joes
- Whole Foods
- Apple Store
- Supreme Williamsburg
- Concrete + Water
- J Crew
- The North Face Prototype Store
- Pilgrim Surf
Parks & Landmarks
- Domino Park
- William Sheridan Playground
- Grand Ferry Park
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 the Williamsburg 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.
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