We take a look at notorious New York City crime scenes, from heists that have inspired movies to a deadly terrorist attack in 1920 whose traces still remain.
Image via the New York Fed Did you know that the Federal Reserve Bank of New York has a gold vault
In the abandoned Bank of Manhattan, artists have created site-specific installations commenting on money for the exhibition How Much Do I Owe You by No Longer Empty
Urban explorers, architecture buffs and art lovers will enjoy this look inside the former Bank of Manhattan in Long Island City, closed since the 1980s
As the bells of Trinity Church tolled noon, on September 16, 1920, no one noticed the horse drawn wagon pull up beside 23 Wall Street. Within seconds, a massive explosion ripped through the building was served as the headquarters of J. P. Morgan's bank.
The headquarters of BNP Paribas, France's largest bank, is quite an architectural gem.
We love this scaffolding on Boulevard des Italiens for the bank LCL, a trompe l'oeil in a way but with a quirky bent.