Come Enjoy Free Music in a Remarkable Landmarked Interior!
"The Central Savings Bank (now The Apple Savings Bank), built in 1926-28, is one of the most impressive and dominant features of upper Broadway."
The Apple Bank for Savings is presenting a series of free recitals to be held within their landmarked Banking Hall, located at 2100 Broadway at 73rd Street. The recitals are open to the public and limited open seating is available. The next recital will be on Friday, December 15th, from 2:00-3:00. Additional performances will be held on Wednesdays and Fridays from 2:00pm - 3:00pm.
Recitals will feature young talent from Mannes College, which is part of The New School. For more information about Mannes concerts, visit www.mannes.edu/concerts.
The bank's exterior was designated a landmark in 1975 and its interior was designated in 1993.
Read on to learn more about the impressive interior and exterior of The Apple Bank building at 2100 Broadway!
"The Central Savings Bank, built in 1926-28 (designed by York & Sawyer), is one of the most impressive and dominant features of upper Broadway. The building is six stories high, including the monumental story of the banking room, and it is faced with exceptionally handsome blocks of rusticated limestone. As a freestanding building, it is visible from all four sides, and three sides are accented by the tall arched windows which light the main banking room."
"This bank interior is one of the most impressive in the corpus of bank buildings from the York & Sawyer firm and an outstanding example of the best of the academic classical architectural tradition."