1208 Washington Place, built in 1924, was home to the First National Bank, also known as the National Loan and Exchange Bank addition. Located in the heart of down town in Columbia, South Carolina, the building is a two-story, stone faced Neoclassical style building consisting of a two-story central section with flanking one-story wings. The front façade features four monumental 3/4 detached Doric order columns. The building has been on the National Historic Register of South Carolina since 1980.
Centrally located in the heart of downtown Columbia, near South Carolina's historic state capital. The neighborhood boasts a diverse scene that includes businesses, restaurants, outdoor cafes, nightlife, and some of the best hotel accommodations in town just across the street.