65 Liberty St.
International Commmerical Bank of China
(NYLPC Landmark & National Register)


Status: Inspected But Not Affected*

International Commercial Bank of China formerly the Chamber of Commerce of the Sate of New York, 65 Liberty St., bet Nassau St. and Broadway, corner of Liberty Place. circa 1900-1901.James B Baker, architect.

The building displays a "rich, ornate Beaux Arts; a minor palace of imposing scale and rich detail. Rusticating, Ionic columns, mansard roof, oval porthole windows."

Imposing Beaux-Arts building erected by Chamber of Commerce and occupied by it until 1980. Restored by Haines, Lundberg, Waehler, architects, (1990-91) as part of conversion to bank.

Sources: A.I.A Guide To New York City, 4th ed. and Guide to New York City Landmarks (Andrew S. Dolkart).




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 *Status of this building was obtained by matching Building Structural Status map and Transportation and Public Access map from OEM. Status may not be accurate, if you know the status of this building, please e-mail webmaster@preserve.org and let us know.