The former Peoples Bank building, 343 South Broadway in Lexington. The one-story building, built in 1962, is wedged between City Centre Condominiums and a parking garage beside the Rupp Arena parking lot. It is most recognizable for its blue tile walls and distinctive saw tooth roof.
The former Peoples Bank building, 343 South Broadway in Lexington. The one-story building, built in 1962, is wedged between City Centre Condominiums and a parking garage beside the Rupp Arena parking lot. It is most recognizable for its blue tile walls and distinctive saw tooth roof. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
The former Peoples Bank building, 343 South Broadway in Lexington. The one-story building, built in 1962, is wedged between City Centre Condominiums and a parking garage beside the Rupp Arena parking lot. It is most recognizable for its blue tile walls and distinctive saw tooth roof. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

Donors who gave to save bank are getting refunds. Building to be torn down soon.

September 07, 2017 02:34 PM