Commercial Banking Company of Sydney: 251 Collins Street, MELBOURNE
Building ProfileName : Commercial Banking Company of Sydney
LocationAddress: 251 Collins Street
Construction DetailsBuilt: 1862
Original use: Bank
Current use: Not Used or Not Applicable
number of floors : 3
Built in the Victorian period in the Renaissance Revival style
A similar design to the Royal Mint. Heavy ornamental treatment on the bottom floor. Built at a cost of forty thousand pounds.
HistoryArchitect: Joseph Reed
This building has been destroyed (~1956)
The architect Joseph Reed was awarded first prize for the design of the Bank of New South Wales Melbourne office. This facade was presented to the University and relocated when the bank was demolished in 1935. It has been classified by the National Trust as an object of interest and still lives on in a sense.
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