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Detroit's Dime Building

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The Dime Building was originally home to the Dime Savings bank. It is one of Detroit's most beautiful historic skyscrapers. It was recently renovated and restored, a process which ended last year.

Year: 1913

Height: 304 feet

Floors: 23

Architect: Graham, Anderson, Probst & White

I've been thinking about doing a thread on this building for quite some time, & lucky for me, Detroit_alive posted these pics on SSP :)

You can see more about the Dime Building on The Dime Building Website

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Thankfully they renovated it. It would have been a great loss for American architecture if it had been torn down.

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Luckily it didn't get torn down...the building was on the tear-down list, although I doubt it was very high on the list. I'm just glad it was saved, b/c it's a great building.

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