The New York City Planning Commission approved a plan for a massive redevelopment of the Domino Sugar refinery site along the Williamsburg waterfront, but with some modifications. The City Council still must approve the proposed $2 billion project, which could begin this summer and take 10 years to finish. The development will include 2,200 units of housing, four acres of open public space, 143,000 square feet of community facility space, and office and retail space.

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