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Massive Williamsburg Towers Get Approval From Council Sub-Committee

Two massive towers slated for the Williamsburg waterfront got one step closer to reality on Thursday, as the City Council’s Land Use Committee voted to approve the plan with slight modifications.

The proposal, officially dubbed River Ring, now heads back to the City Planning Commission for review before a full council vote next week.

If approved, the developer behind the project, Two Trees Management, will erect a 64-story tower and a 49-story tower that would house a combined 1,050 apartments, with 263 units earmarked as “affordable” under the city’s Mandatory Inclusionary Housing Program.

Brooklyn Paper

Photo: Two Trees

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