Sheridan Trust and Savings Bank Building
The Sheridan Trust and Savings Bank Building is a 12-story terra cotta building at 4753 North Broadway Avenue in Uptown, Chicago. The first eight floors of the structure were built in 1924 by Marshall and Fox. Huszagh and Hill added a four-story addition in 1928.
The building's original tenant, the Sheridan Trust and Savings Bank, failed in 1931. Uptown National Bank began using the building in 1937. Uptown National remained there until the bank and the building were acquired by Bridgeview Bank in 2003.
In popular culture
In an episode of the television series M*A*S*H in March 1977 ("Post-Op", season 5, episode 24), a patient from Chicago tells Col. Sherman T. Potter that this bank exists at the southeast corner of Broadway and Lawrence after Potter mistakenly believes a tavern stood on the site.
- David Roeder. "City seeks landmark status for 13 banks - Designation would protect unique buildings". Chicago Sun-Times. November 11, 2007. A29.
- Alice Sinkevitch, Laurie McGovern Petersen, et al. AIA Guide to Chicago. AIA. 2004. 231.
- David Ibata. "Uptown National gets facelift". Chicago Tribune. May 6, 1985. 14.
- Tammy Williamson. "Uptown National Bank sold for $56.7 million - Bridgeview Bancorp 's purchase includes 66-year-old headquarters". Chicago Sun-Times. February 19, 2003. 73.
- 2009 Chicago Landmark booklet. Commission on Chicago Landmarks. 2009.