The ODA-designed conversion of 10 Jay Street is powering towards completion in DUMBO, Brooklyn. The property, which was landmarked in 2007 in the DUMBO historic district, was first built in 1898 as the Arbuckle Brothers Sugar Refinery before later being converted into a winery in 1925. The conversion is being led by developers Glacier Global Partners and Triangle Assets. The conversion to office space will result in 230,000 SF of office space with a design that blends the buildings original brick masonry with a crystalline glass facade offering views of the East River. In January 2019 it was reported that Soho Works, the London-based company behind Soho House, had signed a 15-year lease for 50,000 SF on the ground floor, 2nd floor and 5th floor. Other tenants who have pre-leased include ad agency Translation and software company Nuxeo. The original plan was to convert to 46 luxury condos before the developers decided to move ahead as office space. 10 Jay Street is expected to be completed in 2019 with rents asking up to $100 PSF.