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Rendering of 360 Wythe Avenue (Flank) Rendering of 360 Wythe Avenue (Flank)
In the shadow of Two Trees’ Domino Sugar Refinery redevelopment, the multi-faceted firm of Flank has started construction on a pair of mixed-use buildings in Williamsburg. The two properties, addressed at 360 Wythe (60 South 2nd Street) and 320 Wythe, are located a block apart and will sport simple, complementing designs. Renderings posted on each of their construction fences show clean, utilitarian facades of orange brick with glass storefronts at ground level.
320-wythe-avenue-02 320 Wythe Avenue (FLank)
60-south-2nd-street-02 Interior rendering of office space (Flank)
According to Flank’s page on the project, the buildings will hold retail and boutique offices with the larger 5-story building at 360 Wythe holding 28 rental apartments along its top two floors. There will also be a parking garage at the cellar level and both buildings will have several outdoor space opportunities.

360 Wythe replaces a coffee shop, a pilates studio, and the Crown Victoria bar while 320 Wythe replaces two furniture stores. The buildings are slated for completion in the 4Q of 2018.
60-s-2nd-street-02 Construction at 360 Wythe with Domino's 325 Kent rising beyond (CityRealty)
320-Wythe-Avenue-2 320 Wythe (CityRealty)
320-Wythe Construction at 320 Wythe Avenue (CityRealty)

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