The historic Williamsburg Savings Bank (Broadway and Driggs) has been undergoing a restoration and transformation into an events center the past few years, and now looks to have secured the money needed to complete the project. From NYREJ:
Emerald Creek Capital has provided a $5 million loan to a leading development firm in order to complete the restoration of the historic Williamsburg Savings Bank. The building was designed in 1875 by architect George Post, who would later design the New York Stock Exchange. The current restoration is supervised by David Scott Parker, who previously restored the U.S. Treasury Building in Washington, D.C. With its historical significance, elaborate interior decorations, and 28,800 s/f of event and ancillary space, the former Williamsburg Savings Bank is destined to be one of the premier event centers in the city.
Below are some pictures from last year taken by See. Painting, Inc of the work they were doing inside: