Seventh Street Savings Bank

The Seventh Street Savings Bank, at 1300 7th St. on the corner of N St., was built for a small neighborhood bank in 1912 by architects Alfred Rich and Alphonsus FitzSimons. It is in the Classical Revival style, in beige brick with limestone and terra-cotta trim. The bank was not large enough to fill most of the space, so part of it was rented out to shops and the upper floors had apartments. The bank failed in 1933.