“As sumptuous as a jewel box suspended 110 feet over the mosaic marble floor, and as radiant as a peacock’s plumage, the great dome of the former Williamsburgh Savings Bank headquarters at Broadway and Driggs Avenue once again inspires awe.” – The New York Times
Weylin is the site of the iconic Williamsburgh Savings Bank, built by renowned architect George B. Post and interiors designed by Peter B. Wright in 1875. Following an award winning restoration, Weylin was born. Now operating as one of the city’s premier venues, Weylin acts as a multifunctional, cultural and community hub. Weylin’ s spectacular frescoed dome, intricate mosaics, wooden carvings, and period decor make it the perfect backdrop for a diverse array of events from weddings and galas to performances, art shows and experiential activations.