Baltimore City Hall
George A Frederick: Prominent Baltimore Architect

Works in Baltimore

Works in Baltimore

Central Savings Bank

Central Savings Bank building alterations
Address: SE corner Charles and Lexington
Standing? no Year: c 1875

The Lorman House, originally constructed on this site in the early 1800s and designed by Robert Cary Long, Sr., was built for wealthy shipping merchant William Lorman. Frederick converted the residence to a bank sometime between 1872-90. Frederick documents much about the building's alterations in his "Recollections."

Charles Carson's still-standing Central Savings Bank replaced the original structure in 1890.