The former Lynchburg National Bank and Trust Company — built of granite and erected in 1915-16 with a soaring stained-glass dome and four columns at the front entrance — at the corner of Ninth and Main is regarded as one of the city’s major examples of early 20thcentury neoclassical style. Now two developers have purchased the building and plan to renovate it for retail space and other uses.

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