2530 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10458


The Dollar Savings Bank on Grand Concourse belongs to a series of notable bank institutions, designed by the architectural firm Halsey, McCormick & Helmer. Built in 1933, the four-sided 50-foot clock tower stands tall on the highest point in the Bronx. It can be seen up to two miles away. Five years later, the building was expanded with elements of the Art Deco style. This includes a linear facade, decorative metal grilles and polished pink Texas granite ashlar. The main floor of the interior is 10,000 square feet with 13-foot high ceilings. Terracotta corbels, terrazzo flooring, polished limestone and marble-faced walls dominate the rectangular banking hall. Analog clocks inscribed with Roman numerals serve as a focal point of both bronze entrance vestibules. Another entryway is located at the base of the tower. Sunlight soars into the bank through high clerestories along north and south walls. Tall 35-foot windows with ornamental grilles are installed 3-feet from off the ground. Cylindrical opaque chandeliers hang from the stylized mosaic ceiling. Five murals illustrating scenes from the Bronx’s early settlement history commissioned by Angelo Magnanti are displayed on the east wall. The original safe deposit vaults located on the lower level are sectioned off by a bronze foliate metal gate. Steel and metal beams stand at 16-feet high throughout 20,000 square feet. A holding space designed to be a preschool can be utilized for storage and green rooms. The boardroom on the () floor features a wooden focal wall and marble fireplace encrusted with the original Liberty Head bank logo. Dollar Savings Bank is the ideal location due to its versatility.


Main Stage

10,000 SqFt Interior

13' Ceiling Height

400 AMP 3 Phase


20,000 SqFt 

16' Ceiling Height

400 AMP 3 Phase

Holding Space

20,000 SqFt 

14' Ceiling Height

400 AMP 3 Phase


20,000 SqFt 

14' Ceiling Height

400 AMP 3 Phase


2 Passenger Elevators

1 Freight Elevator

Wrap-around Balcony

Floor to ceiling Windows

Panoramic NYC Skyline Views





10 Bathrooms per Floor




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