Bank Towers offers 6 floors of office space with communal kitchens and rest rooms on each wing of each floor. Strong rooms and store rooms are available in this building.
Bank Towers, originally known as Netherlands Bank 2 was built from 1946 to 1953. The building subtly blends Dutch and African influences through the choice of materials and the connection with the street. The long construction period was due to the high level of craftsmanship and detailing of building elements, and although the Dutch clients initially did not like the design, not much was changed and the building was used for many years as a bank.
Bank Towers remains a timeless example of the regional architecture that architects of that time pursued. The Bank Towers architect Norman Musgrave Eaton was born in Pretoria and is regarded as one of the most prominent Pretoria regionalist architects. In his time he was progressive with regards to planning and had the ability to design buildings that function very well. Famous for his use of face brick, he was a perfectionist and very passionate about the architectural profession. His work still stands out as a fine example of modern architecture which is well suited to the South African context.
In 2009 City Property renovated the building which is still the home of Nedbank and offers office space on the upper levels. The rooftop is used as a venue from screening of movies to events and parties.