Pictured is a shopping district in downtown Tampa, Florida. To the far right of this picture is the Citizens Bank Building. Built in 1913 with a height of 145 feet tall, this building was considered the tallest building in Tampa until 1915 when the Tampa City Hall surpassed it. The building was built in the renaissance revival architectural style with a steel structure and a brick facade. Unfortunately, this building no longer stands as it was demolished in 1978.
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Bank buildings -- Florida -- Tampa; Renaissance revival (Architecture) -- Florida -- Tampa; Tampa (Fla.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.; Cities and towns -- Florida -- Tampa;
United States of America
701 North Franklin Street
Smolski, Chet, "Florida: Citizens Bank Building in Tampa" (1978). Browse All. 838.
banks, downtown, Tampa, Florida, Citizens Bank, renaissance revival