Looking west from 9 Dekalb towards the Manhattan skyline
Looking south from 9 Dekalb towards Staten Island
The grand hall of the old Dime Savings Bank, soon to be retail and an entrance to the 9 Dekalb skyscraper in Downtown Brooklyn.
Central clock at the Dime Savings Bank
One of the entrances to the Dime Savings Bank- note the dime medallions at the top of the columns, the symbol of the bank, where you could open an account for $0.10.
Ceiling of the Dime Savings Bank- note the hexagonal shape, echoed by the 9 Dekalb skyscraper.
One of the top floors at 9 Dekalb- note the hexagonal shape floorplan.
Looking southwest towards Ellis Island
Looking southeast towards the Williamsburgh Savings Bank Building up Flatbush Avenue
Another view of the hexagonal floorplate at 9 Dekalb
Looking northwest towards Midtown
A view of both the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges
Looking north towards the Williamsburg Bridge
Looking north towards Fort Greene Park
9 Dekalb and the Dime Savings Bank
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