S. Jarmulowsky Bank Building Designated

Lower East Side building exemplifies the City’s early skyscraper architecture. On October 13, 2009, Landmarks designated the S. Jarmulowsky Bank building at 54 Canal Street as an individual City landmark. Completed in 1912, the neo- Renaissance style bank was built for Sender Jarmulowsky, a Russian immigrant who rose to prominence and wealth as a banker on the Lower East Side. In addition to providing banking services to the Lower East Side’s immigrant community, Jarmulowsky … <Read More>