Built in 1915, the 13-story Grand Rapids Savings Bank Building, then the tallest downtown structure, was at the heart of commercial growth in pre World War I era Grand Rapids. Today, much of the buildings original architectural and design detail remains true with white marble flooring, ornate plaster ceilings, original chandelier and marble clad grand staircase. The common roof top deck is in the center of it all with great 360 degree views of sunsets, GRAM, Rosa Parks and more. This condo has a sprawling floor plan with 9 large windows overlooking the city skyline with southern and eastern exposure. The interior features include wood floors, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, gas stove, in-unit laundry room, on-site storage, walk-in tile shower and jacuzzi tub.