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Fourth Brooklyn Bank Landmarked

The former Wiliamsburg branch of the Public National Bank of New York on Graham Avenue was landmarked this week. Architect Eugene Schoen designed many branches for the Public Bank of NY and this building (now a Bank of America branch) was completed in 1929, with Austro-Hungarian influences. It's just the fourth bank in Brooklyn to be landmarked, joining the Dime Savings Bank, the Williamsburg Savings Bank, and the Kings County Savings Bank. [BrooklynPaper]