The building of the former Chrissoveloni bank is a historical monument in Bucharest, built in the period 1923-1929 according to the project of the architect George Matei Cantacuzino.
The building has two bodies, one on Lipscani Street and one on Stavropoleos Street. The main entrance is on Lipscani str., and the employee entrance is on Stavropoleos str.
The building was designed to be a banking palace, with strictly utilitarian functions.
In the basement of the building were the bank vaults, on the ground floor the public relations counters and clerks' offices, on the 1st floor the offices of junior managers, on the 2nd floor was Chrissoveloni's office and other meeting rooms, and on the upper floors a canteen, a gym and a barbershop.
In 1948, the Chrissoveloni Bank went bankrupt and the building was bought by the National Bank of Romania. After 1990, the building was restored and became the Bucharest branch of the National Bank of Romania.