The Bank of Valencia project was developed back in 1935. architect Francisco Almenar Quinzá, with whom Javier Goerlich Lleó later began to work. Due to the death of Almenar in March 1936. and the Civil War that began soon, there was a break in construction and the work was completed only by 1942.
Edificio del Banco de Valencia is considered the most outstanding example of Valencian neo-baroque, vividly demonstrating the changes that took place in the architecture of public buildings in Valencia after the Civil War
The name of the old bank can still be read above the front door. It was the headquarters of Banco de Valencia, and since December 2017. is Caixabank, which acquired the building in 2012. for only 1 € at auction