The Uptown Broadway Building is a historic three-story building at 4703–4715 North Broadway Street in Uptown, Chicago. Built in 1926, it was designed by Walter W. Ahlschlager and is known for its ornate terra-cotta facade, depicting ancient gods, rams' heads, shields, helmets, birds, fruits, and trophies. Lynn Becker of the Chicago Reader has called the exterior "a riotous, Spanish-baroque-inspired hallucination". According to unconfirmed local legends, Al Capone operated a speakeasy in the building's basement.
The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. It is also listed as part of the Uptown Square Historic District.