The long-in-the-works supertall attached to the iconic Dime Savings Bank in Downtown Brooklyn is nearing its apex, making it—before completion—the tallest building in the borough.

Located at 9 Dekalb Avenue, the building has reached approximately 65 of its eventual 93 stories (it was at 26 stories in November). Work is still underway on the base of the building, which consists of the first four floors, and the black with gold trim cladding currently is installed on roughly 31 of the floors.

The tower on July 8. Photo by Craig Hubert The long-in-the-works supertall attached to the iconic Dime Savings Bank in Downtown Brooklyn is nearing its apex, making it—before completion—the tallest building in the borough.

Located at 9 Dekalb Avenue, the building has reached approximately 65 of its eventual 73 stories […]

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  1. Brooklyn does not need very tall buildings.The tallest should be 10 feet high, it is up to the people of bklyn to say how high the buildings should be. Do not think with your pocket book.We need air.All the politics think is about money.

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