The Dime Building is 23-story, 320,000 square foot office building located in Downtown Detroit. When it was built in 1912 it was the tallest building in the city and the first skyscraper. The building is ideally located in the Financial District of the city and convenient parking made it attractive. The detached parking deck was performing well and the building was only about 1/3 occupied. The building was considered Class “C” at the time and was one of 3 surviving Daniel Burnham buildings in the city. It has a beautiful exterior and at one time had a magnificent lobby. BOSC acquired the building, performed a $40,000,000 renovation and expansion of garage and increased occupancy to 65%. H&R Block Financial Advisors ultimately moved into 100,000 square feet of space it the building.