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Originally designed by Henry Charles Trost, of El Paso’s Trost and Trost Architectural Firm, The Banque Lofts blends urban life with contemporary design while maintaining the original business renaissance style of the early 1920s. Completed with palladian style windows and masterfully crafted medallions and pilasters, this architectural marvel became an Albuquerque landmark in 1979. It became historically known as the First National Bank building. The Banque Lofts was Albuquerque’s first skyscraper built originally in 1921, and it’s still one of the tallest structures on the city’s famed downtown Central Ave, part of the original Route 66. Today it holds a distinguished place in the Albuquerque skyline.