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Merchant's Bank Building

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Identification

Merchant's Bank Building
First Bank Annex
128099

Map

Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
rigid frame
steel
brick
terra-cotta
applied masonry
white
beaux-arts / historism
active heating (unspecified)
yes, centrally controlled

Usages

commercial office
service branch(es) restaurant

Facts

  • The height comes from Fire Insurance Maps and does not include the large penthouse visible on the building's southeast corner.
  • The Merchant's Bank Building was the tallest in downtown St. Paul from 1915 until 1930, when the First National Bank Building, just to the west along 4th Street, was completed. The buildings are connected by a 15th floor skyway.
  • The National German-American Bank Building previously stood on this site.
  • The structural frame utilizes 3200 tons of steel.

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Location

333-341 North Robert Street
109-119 East 4th Street
339 North Robert Street
55101
Downtown
St. Paul
Minnesota
U.S.A.

Technical Data

227.50 ft
227.50 ft
16
1
1915
6
0
$1,500,000

Involved Companies

Jarvis Hunt

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Features & Amenities

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