Bank On Canal

415 Broadway

This landmark bank building is situated on the corner of Canal and Brodway.The visiblity of the unique building, flexible column free space with 20 feet ceiling and interconnected 3 levels makes it an ultimate spot for brand activations and corporate functions.

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.

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11,600 Square Feet 

500 People Standing

240 People Seated,

Multi-Level Venue

3 blocks exposure visibility

20 FT ceiling

Column free

Back of House Area

Equipped with:

Bathrooms

Changing rooms

Make up area

 

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