Germania Bank building is a former bank location at 190 Bowery, on the northwest corner of the intersection with Spring Street in Manhattan. Built in 1898–99 and designed in the Renaissance Revival style by architect Robert Maynicke, it was the third home of the Germania Bank, which was established in 1869 by a group of local businessmen of German extraction. Currently a private residence, the building was designated a New York City landmark on March 29, 2005.

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  • Germania Bank building is a former bank location at 190 Bowery, on the northwest corner of the intersection with Spring Street in Manhattan. Built in 1898–99 and designed in the Renaissance Revival style by architect Robert Maynicke, it was the third home of the Germania Bank, which was established in 1869 by a group of local businessmen of German extraction. Currently a private residence, the building was designated a New York City landmark on March 29, 2005. (en)
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  • Germania Bank building is a former bank location at 190 Bowery, on the northwest corner of the intersection with Spring Street in Manhattan. Built in 1898–99 and designed in the Renaissance Revival style by architect Robert Maynicke, it was the third home of the Germania Bank, which was established in 1869 by a group of local businessmen of German extraction. Currently a private residence, the building was designated a New York City landmark on March 29, 2005. (en)
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