THE NATIONAL CITY BANK
415 Broadway, New York, NY 10013
This landmark bank building consist of 3 level. The first and the seconf levels are served with a an escalator. and the 3
In 1917 the Columbia Bank opened a branch office here, to be replaced a decade later by the First National City Bank of New York. The bank was founded as the City Bank of New York in 1812, changing its name when it joined the national banking system in 1863. The bank grew rapidly and after World War I was expanding with new branches and in October, 1926, bought the Columbia Bank’s plot of land.
18,000 Sf total
6,000 sf each floor
20' Ceiling Height