November 23, 2007
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Gotham National Bank downtown is proud to be on the Gotham register of Historic Buildings. The main branch of Gotham National Bank was originally the old 1st Gotham Bank. In 1934, it was sold when the bank closed. The building passed through many hands in the intervening years and was vacant when it was purchased by Gotham National Bank. After several years of restoration under the oversight of the Gotham Historic Trust, the bank was restored and proudly re-opened its doors at 9:00 am on March 7, 1985.
Gotham National Bank is proud to be part of the movement to preserve Gotham's downtown historic character.
The site features a page displaying ATM locations throughout the city.
July 8, 2008
A Gotham National Bank deposit slip was packaged with a documentary DVD set featuring the Batman's possible origins.
The following was hastily written on the deposit slip:
This led to Gothamnationalbank.com/admin.
- A mention of the Gotham Historic Trust in the site's welcome message (along with an image clue) led to Gothamhistorictrust.com.
- The ATM location maps featured on the site were used by the Joker for Whysoserious.com/theperfectgetaway and Whysoserious.com/bamboozle.
- The information on the found deposit slip allowed for the break-in of the GNB bank manager's email.