When complete, it will stand 73 stories and 1,066 feet tall, making it the first building in the borough to hit quadruple digits in height.
After years of prep and foundation work, the skyscraper has risen to about eight stories, about double its height in late May.
According to new renderings, it looks like a pool might swirl around the dome on top of the landmarked Dime Savings Bank.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to designate the neo-Classical Dime Savings Bank of Williamsburgh on Havemeyer Street in south Williamsburg.
New renderings revealed this morning give a better look at the 23-story skyscraper already sprouting behind the historic neo-Classical Dime Savings Bank at 209 Havemeyer Street.
In Downtown Brooklyn, workers are preparing to fuse Brooklyn's first supertall skyscraper to the one of the borough's most iconic structures.
It's rare that a proposal to dramatically change a landmarked building sails through Landmarks approval, much less gets described as "flawless." Here are all the details on Brooklyn's future tallest tower and the landmarked Dime Savings Bank.
It’s a done deal: Downtown Brooklyn’s neo-Classical Dime Savings Bank has officially sold to developers Joe Chetrit and Michael Stern for $90,000,000.