One Hanson Place
The Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower has long been the tallest building in Brooklyn since it was erected in 1929. This 34-story building was completely renovated and converted for mixed use, with residential condominiums on the upper floors and commercial space on the lower floors. In addition, One Hanson Place underwent repairs for the building's steel framed dome and mechanical areas immediately below the dome.
ClientThe Dermot Company Inc.
ArchitectH. Thomas O’Hara Architect