March 1983 (NCSHPO via Tom Campanella / builtbrooklyn.org)
From the National Register nomination:
This one-story, parapet-roofed, Colonial Revival-style brick commercial building was built for the Hillsborough Savings Bank. The building is three bays wide and single-pile with a later brick section at the rear. It has brick quoins, stone trim, a wide stone cornice with dentils, and a stone cornerstone laid in 1960. Centered on the façade and recessed slightly with a stone surround is a pair of nine-light-over-four-panel doors with a decorative transom. Windows on the façade and left (north) elevation are fixed nine-light windows with three- light transoms and paneled wood aprons. Windows are in groups of three divided by wood pilasters. The rear wing is constructed with darker brick and has a simple soldier-course parapet and a drive-up window on the left elevation that is sheltered by a flat metal awning. Constructed as the Hillsborough Savings Bank, the building was later used as the Orange County Clerks Annex.
08.03.2016 (G. Kueber)
I'd term this more Neoclassical Revival than Colonial Revival. Unlike some of the other faux-lonial buildings in the district, this one has a certain elegance to it, conveyed, I think, predominantly by the classical elements of the cornice/frieze/architrave. Some caryatids wouldn't feel out of place below it. Well, maybe they would in downtown Hillsborough.
The building has housed Radius Pizzeria since March of 2013.