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690 Fillmore Avenue

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690 Fillmore Avenue


1941
Chris Byrd

Location

690 Fillmore Avenue, Buffalo NY 14212
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Fillmore Council District
SBL: 111.44-3-51
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Owner

Gregory Young.

Physical Description

From City of Buffalo Intensive Level Historic Resources Survey of the Broadway-Fillmore neighborhood: "Bley & Lyman also applied the Art Moderne style to another building in the Broadway-Fillmore commercial district, the Buffalo Industrial Bank (1941) at 690 Fillmore Avenue. This small one-story bank was the first-drive-in bank in the city. It was built as a one-part commercial block of brick with Mansota stone facing and bronze fixtures. The one-part block is a simple rectangular building often with an ornate facade. It is most often utilized for retail or office space, and was a popular commercial design in small cities and towns during the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries."

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History

The first drive-in bank in the City, built in 1941 as the Buffalo Industrial Bank. Designed by Bley & Lyman, who also designed the Art Moderne Eckhardt/Kobacker Department Store just north on Fillmore.

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Availability

Listed by Hunt Real Estate's Tamika Collins

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Added 2013-08-13 • Last changed 2015-10-04