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Construction of the new Lodi bank building and clock tower was completed in the Spring of 2001.  This 16,000-square-foot building is the first step in a $150 million retail, office, and entertainment project on the banks of the Saddle River that was intended to create "A New Main Street" in the heart of this Bergen County Community.  This building stands at the intersection of Main Street and Graham Lane, which is the corner closest to the rest of the town.  The steel clock tower echoes the brick detail on the building, while old-fashioned street lamps make the brick sidewalks and benches comfortable gathering places for the town, all of which improve the gritty industrial image of Lodi.

 
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