The Corn Exchange Bank was a retail bank founded in 1853 in New York state. Over the years, the company acquired many community banks. New 1894 building History In 1855, the Corn Exchange Bank moved into an existing building in New York City at the northwest corner of William and Beaver Streets in Manhattan.
Acquisition of Corn Exchange Bank. In 1952, Girard Trust Company acquired The Corn Exchange Bank's Philadelphia branches, and renamed itself Girard Trust Corn Exchange Bank. From 1964 to 1971, the bank was known as Girard Trust Bank, later Girard Bank. Acquisition by Mellon Bank
Founded in 1853 in New York, the Corn Exchange Bank expanded to include branches in other locations, including Philadelphia. Famed bank robber Willie Sutton made two attempts on the Philadelphia Corn Exchange Bank , on February 15, 1933 , and January 15, 1934 .
To the point, the corner shown above would be enveloped by the new Corn Exchange Bank, so named for its founding membership’s primary interest in the trade of grains and food crops. The image below, taken from Hexamer & Locher’s 1858 Philadelphia Atlas, shows the bank in the year of its opening.
Contents. For the landmark former branch in Harlem, Manhattan, see Mount Morris Bank Building. The Corn Exchange Bank was a retail bank founded in 1853 in New York state. Over the years, the company acquired many community banks.
Bancorp has sold the iconic Corn Exchange National Bank Building and the adjacent parking lot in Old City, Philadelphia. David Dolan , Brett Segal and Michael Margolis of the NGKF Capital Markets Philadelphia office represented the seller in the transaction.
In 1913, the Mount Morris Bank became a branch of the Corn Exchange Bank. Time and the economic climate were not kind to either the building or Harlem in the years that followed.
Architecture, by AFineLyne, East Harlem. The newly renovated Corn Exchange Bank Building, 81 East 125th Street, East Harlem. The total transformation/renovation of the historic Corn Exchange Bank Building is one we would hope for all of our historic sites.
The Corn Exchange Bank was founded in 1853 in New York, but had branches in other states, including Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Nebraska. It was a retail bank that acquired many community banks. In 1855, the bank moved into an existing building at the northwest corner of William and Beaver Streets.
Exchange Bank is a community bank offering personal and business banking services including mortgages, home loans and lines of credit and SBA loans.