"The building housing the former Mercantile Savings Bank at 10th Street and G Place, N.W. was designed by the Frankfurt-born architect Julius Wenig (1872–1940). The 2009 D. C. The bank building, which was granted landmark status July 28, 1994. Julius Wenig was born in Frankfurt am Main in 1872. He came to the United States when he was 17 years old. After a brief time in Chicago, he came to Washington, where he had a successful career as an architect, designing, building, or remodeling many buildings."
G Pl NW & 10th St NWWashington, DC 20001