CITIZEN’S SAVINGS BANK
Clarence W. Brazer
This grand bank dominates the corner of Canal and Bowery, and references the Manhattan Bridge’s access across the street in design and materials. This Beaux-Arts beauty features a bronze dome, carved stone ornamentation, arches, pilasters, scrolls, keystones, a classical entablature and a balustrade. The Bowery façade possesses a clock that is flanked by Native American and seamen figures and is topped with an eagle. The building still serves as a bank today. It was designated a city landmark in 2011.