110 East 42nd Street, NYC


Located across the street from Grand Central station the formerly known BOWERY SAVINGS BANK was    built in 1921  in the spirit of the Italian Renaissance, by Louis Ayres, of the distinguished architectural firm of York & Sawyer.  In the 1930's a 6-story Annex building was added to the 42nd Street facade in the same Romanesque style.  MG New York Architects transformed the basement level into a garage facility provided with a new ramp entrance and kitchen facility. The main Banking hall was redesigned as a catering, concert, and banquet hall.  All historic and artistic elements of the building were considered in MG's renovation design, such as damaged sculpted stones, main hall's ceiling, historic inscriptions, brass Deco furniture etc,