wandrlust:

From “The Gazette,” Montreal, July 11, 1972:

Woodbridge, New Jersey - An S-64 Skycrane, built by the Sikorsky division of United Aircraft Corporation, Stratford, Conn., recently airlifted a (FUTURO) Bank Branch Unit and placed it on its site in the main parking area of the Woodbridge Shopping Center here. The unique structure owned by the City Federal Savings and Loan Association is called a “space Bank”. It is a factory built spheroid 26’ in diameter, 12’ feet high, containing 5,000 cubic feet and weighing 13,500 pounds. It was flown and placed with interior appointments including carpeting, teller counters, cabinets and seating. Electrical and telephone connections were made immediately and the bank was opened for business 30 minutes after it was lowered from the sky.

wandrlust:

From “The Gazette,” Montreal, July 11, 1972:

Woodbridge, New Jersey - An S-64 Skycrane, built by the Sikorsky division of United Aircraft Corporation, Stratford, Conn., recently airlifted a (FUTURO) Bank Branch Unit and placed it on its site in the main parking area of the Woodbridge Shopping Center here. The unique structure owned by the City Federal Savings and Loan Association is called a “space Bank”. It is a factory built spheroid 26’ in diameter, 12’ feet high, containing 5,000 cubic feet and weighing 13,500 pounds. It was flown and placed with interior appointments including carpeting, teller counters, cabinets and seating. Electrical and telephone connections were made immediately and the bank was opened for business 30 minutes after it was lowered from the sky.