356 Fulton Street, Fulton Mall, Brooklyn, NY

The final entry in our trio of banks is 356 Fulton Street directly across Red Hook Lane from One Boerum Place. It was built as the Equitable Federal Savings and Loan Association  in 1967-1968 by architects Goldberg-Epstein Associates. Goldberg designed some public housing in New York City and consulted with several banks. He retired in 1967 so this was one of his last works, although the firm continued on without him as Epstein Greenfield Associates. Today this is a Capitol One branch. The two-story building features some interesting decorative blue-green panels, perhaps terra cotta, separated by horizontal concrete pillars.

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