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The "poor man's Empire State Building", underwent a major lobby renovation when purchased by Liberty Savings Bank in 1999. The removal of drywall and carpeting during the renovation revealed beautiful marble walls, marble floors and ceiling that were previously unknown to exist. No one knows exactly when the drywall was added to the lobby covering up the art deco lobby, or why it was covered.
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