One of Larchmont’s most iconic buildings, the 1922 Trust Company of Larchmont, now one of two Chase Manhattan bank branches at the same intersection,
will close Saturday Nov.13 and the branches will consolidate into the newly renovated branch diagonally across the street (124 Chatsworth Avenue.)
But who will move in?
Mayor Josh Mandell says, " We are hoping that someone will snap it up quickly But as of now we haven’t heard anything."
Frank Blasi, Larchmont’s building inspector, says he has not received any inquiries, and raised the possibility "they could keep it as offices" (but was simply speculating.)
What do you think should go there?
A partial timeline of the building:
Trust Company of Larchmont
1925 Established Trust Company of Larchmont
02/29/1940 Acquire By Merger Insurance Loan Trust Company
12/20/1941 Acquire By Merger Yonkers National Bank and Trust Company
12/20/1941 Name Change To Bank of Westchester, The
07/30/1947 Merge To State County Trust Company, The
01/01/1976 Merge To State Bank of New York, The (9/1922-10/1989)
10/06/1989 Merge To State Irving Trust Company
10/06/1989 Name Change To Bank of New York, The