According to the plans of Miklós Ybl
The Ybl Palace, constructed according to the plans of the famous Hungarian architect Miklós Ybl in 1869, was originally erected as the headquarters of the First Hungarian Savings Bank Association of Pest. It functioned both as an office building and an apartment house.
The reconstruction works, due to which the building took its current form, were partly carried out on the basis of Ybl’s original plans. The special-purpose areas of the building, such as the main staircase and the bank’s great hall, were restored to their original, splendid state; to this day, this modern office building offers spaces that satisfy all the requirements of its present-day occupants.