Connecting to the existing Dime Bank at the foot of the Williamsburg Bridge, The Dime is a new 22-story tower that merges retail, commercial, and multifamily units.
Designed by Fogarty Finger, the tower includes a facade composed of terracotta panels that reference the historic bank structure’s columns alongside glass with black mullions. Rounded corners, floor-to-ceiling glass windows, and its height distinguish The Dime from the surrounding neighborhood and present unobstructed views of both Manhattan and Brooklyn.
The tower includes both a commercial lobby and a residential lobby, 175 apartment units, two penthouses, and two amenity spaces, one on the fifth floor and one on the 22nd floor. The fifth floor amenity space includes an expansive terrace, a community garden, a yoga studio, a fitness center, two lounge areas, and a half basketball court.
The south lounge is a co-working space that looks out onto gardens and a great lawn. The north lounge employs a bar concept. The 22nd floor amenity space, located on the penthouse level, includes a vintage-style speakeasy lounge that looks over the city.