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Former Ulster Bank, Belfast

  •   2 Cromac Street/73 May Street, Belfast

Classical style, 3 storey former bank building with a modern extension on roof. Corner entrance, square-topped with pediment and columns. Above doorway are 2 large Ionic columns extending up to a cupola with copper domed roof. Ground floor is in rusticated limestone, and windows are square-topped sash. Upper floors are brick with stone dressing. In centre of each face (1st and 2nd floor) is an inset section with 2 large Ionic columns either side and a pedimented window with small balustrade balcony in centre. Now in use as offices.

Stone Information

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  • Stonework Construction:
    Coursed plain ashlar
  • Condition Assessment (QUB):
    Stage 1 – A façade in this condition will only require localised remedial treatment concentrating on individual blocks. Stage 1 classification may also indicate that no intervention is needed with only periodic re-assessment of the façade is recommended.
  • OS Irish Grid (Easting):
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Architect Information

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  • Date of construction:
  • Architect:
    James.A. Hanna
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  • 2nd survey by EHS: