136 Glen Street, Glens Falls

“The Bank Building”… This cherished piece of Glens Falls History originally was built for The Bank of Glens Falls in 1865,(the year of Abe Lincoln’s assassination), as headquarters for the Bank. It was used as such until 1947. A true brownstone, the building is constructed of fine brown stone from the Connecticut river bed. In 2006 the building was fully restored for Class A office and retail space. As a bonus, if you are looking for a Glens Falls apartment, the third floor provides two great urban units, complete with old world charm.