Category:Savings Union Bank, 1 Grant Avenue
English: The Savings Union Bank located at 1 Grant Avenue at the corner of O'Farrell and Market Streets in the Financial District of San Francisco, California was built in 1910 and was designed by Walter Danforth Bliss and William Baker Faville in the Beaux Arts style. It is a granite-faced building with a steel frame and feature six Ionic columns with a pediment sculpted by Haig Patigian with a bas relief of Liberty. The interior walls are of Caen stone, which resembles marble. The building had at one time bronze doors. The Savings Union Bank was designated a San Francisco Landmark on August 2, 1981. (Sources:  and ) The building currently houses an Emporio Armani store.
Media in category "Savings Union Bank, 1 Grant Avenue"
The following 8 files are in this category, out of 8 total.
- 2017 Savings Union Bank 1 Grant Avenue.jpg 3,843 × 3,301; 2.48 MB
- Grant Avenue at Market Street, San Francisco, 1915.jpg 1,506 × 1,180; 523 KB
- Savings Union, San Francisco (NYPL b11707336-G89F414 008F).tiff 3,072 × 1,791; 15.74 MB
- Savings Union, San Francisco (NYPL b11707336-G89F414 008B).tiff 3,072 × 1,867; 16.41 MB
- Savings union bank san francisco large.jpg 2,291 × 2,220; 1.04 MB
- Union trust and savings union banks frisco market street large.jpg 3,185 × 1,989; 1.33 MB
- Savings Union, San Francisco, from Robert N. Dennis collection of stereoscopic views.jpg 2,737 × 1,464; 1.52 MB
- Savings Union, San Francisco, from Robert N. Dennis collection of stereoscopic views.png 2,737 × 1,464; 4.93 MB