October 19, 2019
Domino Park is a fairly new stretch of public recreation land on the Williamsburg waterfront. It runs, unsurprisingly, in front of the old Domino sugar factory, which is in the process of being converted into something for the neighbourhood’s new monied classes. Apartments... I’m not sure. Some sort of “space”, you can be sure of that. The “park” is slightly odd. It has recliner seats, a kids’ play fountain, a taco hut and a bridge that intermittently clouds with steam. And it has a wonderful view of Manhattan, and the ugly-beautiful bridge that takes you there. I love it.