One of New York's last grand bank buildings, this Romanesque Revival tower has a solid masonry exterior with a grand arched entrance that symbolize the strength and permanence of one of New York's oldest banks. Its magnificent central banking hall, modeled on the nave of a Romanesque church, is decorated with rich materials and Art Deco ornament that pay homage to New York's booming economy in the 1920s.


Bowery Savings Bank
110 East 42nd Street, York and Sawyer [1923]