Pair of 600 foot towers could be coming to Williamsburg waterfront

Developer Two Trees plans to erect two towers 600-foot towers and build a new publicly accessible beach park in Williamsburg. (Courtesy of Two Trees Management)

A Dumbo development firm unveiled designs on Thursday for two, massive skyscrapers, along with new beaches and parkland planned for the Williamsburg waterfront.

Two Trees Management — the company responsible for redeveloping the site of the former Dominos Sugar factory — wants to erect the 650- and 600-foot towers at a former industrial fuel-oil-storage complex once owned by Con Edison, located on River Street between Grand and N. Third streets, which the firm purchased for $150 million on Wednesday. 

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