Two Trees is a family-owned, Brooklyn-based real estate developer best known for our singular role in transforming the Brooklyn neighborhood of DUMBO from a neglected industrial waterfront to a thriving mixed-use community. Our fundamental belief is that successful neighborhoods offer a wide variety of uses and attract diverse groups of people. Developers must play a fundamental role in cultivating livable streetscapes because people prosper when neighborhoods bloom. In addition to residential and commercial buildings in DUMBO, Williamsburg, Fort Greene, Brooklyn Heights, Hell’s Kitchen and the Flatiron neighborhoods, Two Trees’ other notable projects include Domino Park, The Refinery at Domino, River Ring, The Wythe Hotel and Jane’s Carousel.

Selldorf architects

Selldorf Architects is a 70-person architectural design practice founded by Annabelle Selldorf in New York City in 1988. The firm creates public and private spaces that manifest a clear and modern sensibility to enduring impact. Since its inception the firm’s design ethos has been deeply rooted in the principles of humanism. At every scale and for every condition, Selldorf Architects designs for the individual experience. As a result, its work is brought to life–and made complete—by those who use it.


Dencityworks designs mixed-use, multifamily, cultural, office & hospitality projects with a close understanding of large-scale developments & urban infill challenges. They design inspiring spaces to live, work & play all within very efficient footprints while freeing up open spaces for the public realm. Their design process is an engagement of multiple disciplines deploying their immense experience with complex projects in dense urban environments. Dencityworks has collaborated in The Refinery at Domino, providing the following key roles: Historic Preservation, Interior Planning, and Project Executive. They synthesize a fair amount of complexity and engage the full team in their design process - supporting a strong studio culture and community of passionate professionals.