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The interior of the landmarked Williamsburgh Bank Building, built in 1927, is completely over the top, with floors of multicolored marble and blue and gold ceiling mosaics. Noted Art Deco sculptor Rene Paul Chambellan was responsible for much of the metalwork, including window silhouettes.

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Sundays, the lobby of the old Williamsburg Bank Building is home to Brooklyn Flea, an indoor market of vintage and craft items. Now I think the building is called One Hanson Place. When they kicked out the dentists and turned the building into a high-priced apartment building, a new name was needed. The bottom floor, with its miles of marble, remains untouched, however.

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