Colorado Mid-Century Modern Banks (page 1)

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Citywide Banks
Aurora, CO


This Citywide Banks branch was built in 1967. The bench around the pole sign was gone by 2014. In 2021, the building was sold and adapted for office space. In 2023, the sign poles were removed. [map]

Wells Fargo Bank [gone]
Boulder, CO
This Wells Fargo Bank branch appears to have been built in the 1960s. There was chain link fencing around the property in 2018. The building and ATMs had been demolished by 2019.

Bank of the West
Delta, CO
This building has housed a Bank of the West since at least 2007. In the 1990s, this was an Affiliated National Bank and a Community First Bank. The building is probably from the 1960s or 1970s. [map]

Colorado Education Association
Denver, CO
The Colorado Education Association building originally housed a Silver State Savings and Loan Bank. It was designed in 1964 by William Muchow Associates Architects. [map]

Federal Reserve Branch Bank of Kansas City
Denver, CO
The Federal Reserve Branch Bank of Kansas City was built in 1968. It was designed by William Muchow and Donald Preszler of the Ken R. White Company. For more, see this website. [map]

Colonial Bank
Englewood, CO
This Colonial Bank branch was built as a Key Savings & Loan Bank branch. The building was designed by Charles Deaton and completed in 1967. This concrete structure is 32 feet tall. The bank now houses a Community Banks of Colorado branch. [map]