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Address: 38th Avenue and 138th Avenue
Neighborhood: Flushing
Architect:  Fellman, Raymond F.
Year: 1965
Current Status: Extant
Award:  Bronze Plaque for Banks
Typology:  Bank

Flushing National Bank today is the National Bank of New York City, which has it own quirky 1970s era logo, but otherwise, has made minimal changes to the exterior of the building. The design feels later than 1965, with its low, horizontal design, and varied colors of muted brown brick and tinted glass windows. A second story has been added on one end of the building and some mosaic tiling has been removed.

Flushing National Bank