The Merchants Bank Building is a historic commercial building at 32 Westminster Street in downtown Providence, Rhode Island. it is a six story brownstone structure, designed by Alpheus C. Morse and Clifton A. Hall and built in 1855-57. When built, this Italianate structure was one of the first buildings of Providence's financial district, and is now surrounded by much larger modern skyscrapers. It is architecturally reminiscent of Roman palazzos, with an arcaded ground floor, second-level windows topped by alternating segmented-arch and triangular pediments, and a projecting cornice with dentil moulding and modillions. The building served as the headquarters of the Merchants Bank until it merged with Providence National Bank in 1920.