About Dime Building
The Dime Building is a class-A high-rise office building located in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It is adjacent to the Penobscot Building in the heart of the Detroit Financial District. The building stands 23 stories tall, with eight elevators, and was constructed from 1910 to 1912. It is used as an office building, restaurant, and has retail space. The tower was built using the Neo-Classical architectural style, incorporating a great deal of limestone into its materials, and was designed by Daniel Burnham. In 2002, a $40-million renovation was completed. The tower has had several name changes. The tower was renamed the Dime Building in 2002. When completed in 1912, the tower was home to the Dime Savings Bank.