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The eight pillar building was designed by famous Architect Russell Warren and was built in 1831. Originally designed to house two prominent New Bedford financial institutions—Merchants Bank and Mechanics Bank—the competing banks hired two different builders to construct the building.
As a result of a disagreement between the two builders there is a slight difference between the vertical slope of the four columns on the left and the four on the right. For 61 years the rival banks operated side by side with the prosperous whaling elite doing business out of Merchants Bank on the right side of the building while skilled tradespeople and fisherman banked at Mechanics Bank on the left.
New Bedford was one of the richest cities in the world due to the whaling trade when the Double Bank building was built and Water Street—where our building is centrally located—was the Wall St. equivalent of this historic city.