TheBank - Palm Springs
TheBank, Palm Springs newest and most unique event venue overlooking South Palm Canyon Drive. The 1955 Coachella Valley Savings and Loan building, designed by E. Stewart Williams, has been restored as a stunning event space. A unique mid-century event experience, the venue caters for up to 220 seated guests and 400 standing guests, including additional outside space. Experience concierge-like treatment with the many services offered full event design and planning, entertainment and catering and full service event dcor and rentals. Weddings, live performances, cocktail parties, fundraisers, whatever the occasion, TheBank is the place to gather.
An Architectural Marvel Restored
The 4,200-square-foot sleek and elegant space is an architectural marvel located in the financial row in downtown Palm Springs. A white cube of Bauhaus inspired modernism with floor to ceiling glass windows and original aluminum louvers fronting the building, TheBank has been restored with all original features, maintaining mid-century character. A stone wall wraps the VIP area, once the banks safety deposit walk-in vault, the original black terrazzo floors and free-form staircase remains, 20-foot high ceilings offer a feeling of space and even the original wall clock still tells the story of time.
E. Stewart Williams - An Eloquent Modernist
E. Stewart Williams, an eloquent modernist and prolific Palm Springs architect, designed the home of Frank Sinatra and many of the architecturally significant private residences throughout the Coachella Valley, his most dramatic public building being the Palm Springs Desert Museum. He shaped the Coachella Valleys architectural landscape and legacy and leaves behind a marvel as new life has been breathed into his creation, TheBank.