This building originally was the location of the Bank of New Brunswick in Summerside. It survives as a compact one-storey red brick and greystone building on the south side of Water Street. Its brick pilasters rise to a dentilated entablature which carries around the northeast corner at the top of the building. Although no longer a bank, it is located immediately east of the present day Bank of Nova Scotia at the traffic lights where Summer Street meets Water. The registration includes the building and its lot.