Williamsburg’s Dime Savings Bank has been declared a New York City landmark. The unanimous vote at a Landmarks Preservation Commission hearing today was cast two weeks after a public hearing in which the historical designation was supported by individuals such as the property owner and City Council member Antonio Reynoso. As an LPC staff member noted, the building’s elegant design along with the history associated with Williamsburg’s historic financial center were significant reasons to justify the building as a landmark. Keep Reading »
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Charney Construction & Development and Tavros Capital are planning to build a 22-story mixed-used building in South Williamsburg that is positioned to be one of the biggest high rises in the area, according to documents filed with the city yesterday.