Bowery Savings Bank

The Bowery Savings Bank of New York City was chartered in May 1834 and is now part of Capital One Bank.

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Bowery Savings Bank - Buildings
130 Bowery The bank's first headquarters at 130 Bowery between Broome and Grand Streets was designed by Stanford White, from the firm of McKim, Mead, and White ... White's choice of a Roman classical style for the building, a first, set a trend for bank buildings, first in New York, and then across the United States ... In 2012, the connected building at 124-126 Bowery, designed by York Sawyer and completed in 1902, was also designated a landmark ...
National Register Of Historic Places Listings In Manhattan Below 14th Street - Listings in Manhattan Below 14th Street
... for New York Harbor, 1908-1933 now at South Street Seaport Museum American Bank Note Company Building 01999-11-30November 30, 70 ... Broad St Lower Manhattan 1908 home of American Bank Note ... Place Station 02004-09-17September 17, 2004 Junction of Bowery, Astor Place and Lafayette St East Village Subway station (4 6 trains) completed in 1904 one of the original ... in 1904 Bouwerie Lane Theater 01980-04-23April 23, 330 ... Bowery New York Designed by Henry Engelbert constructed from 1873-74 originally the Bond ...

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