|Luzerne National Bank Building|
|67 Public Square|
Wilkes-Barre PA United States
| - office|
| - highrise|
| - renaissance revival|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
|Main roof||159 ft|
|main roof deck|
• Crowning the building is a gable-roofed penthouse.
• Inside, the lobby ceiling has decorative reliefs in the Art Moderne style. Figures of miners appear to hold up the ceiling of the banking hall, reminiscent of the coal-based economy which built the city in the industrial age.
• It features a massive base with a large entry arch. Rows of arches and corbeled arches decorate the building above the base and near the top.
• The Luzerne National Bank Building was designed in a Neo-Romanesque style.
- Tallest building in all of Northeast Pennsylvania
- Architect: Bertram Cunynham
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