Polish Co-Op Savings & Loan
Photo credit: 1990 Mark Kohan, 2012 Mike Puma, ViewsOfBuffalo
Two story Neo-Classical, brick and stone building
Occupied and being preserved and restored by owner Bob Sienkiewicz.
- 1925 - Built for the offices of the Polish Co-Operative Savings and Loan.
- Designed by Wladyslaw H. Zawadzki.
- Served as a branch of the Buffalo Public Library.
- Served as the Polish Army Veterans Association of America Post #1.
- First floor still functions as the Polish Veterans' meeting room and museum.
Recent Events and Actions Taken
Other Pertinent Facts
- Prolific Polish-American architect Władysław H. Zawadzki contributed the following buildings to the East Side's Polonia neighborhood, centered around Broadway and Fillmore: Broadway Bakery, Polonia Hotel, Dom Polski Building, Al Cohens Bakery, Polish Singing Circle, Lipowicz Grocery, Polish Co-Op Savings & Loan, Club Romway, Schreiber Brewing Company, Unia Polska, Transfiguration School, Transfiguration Rectory, Burczynski Bakery. More information here.
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Added 2013-07-19 • Last changed 2015-05-03