Colorado Mid-Century Modern Banks

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Pueblo Bank & Trust
Pueblo, CO
This Pueblo Bank & Trust building and sign appear to be from the 1960s. The sign is topped with a revolving disk. [map]

Canon National Bank
Pueblo, CO
This Canon National Bank branch appears to be from the 1950s or 1960s. This photo is from 2012. By 2017, the building was housing the Bank of the San Juans. For more, see this website. [map]

former Home State Bank [gone]
Loveland, CO
This Home State Bank branch, aka the Sequel Building, was built in the early 1960s. It housed the Loveland Fire Exhibit when this photo was taken in 2012. In 2013, the building was demolished. An apartment complex will be built on the lot.

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.

City Hall
Greeley, CO
The Greeley City Hall was originally a bank. In 1975, the United Bank of Greeley occupied this building. I don't know if it was the original occupant. [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]

Citywide Banks
Aurora, CO
This Citywide Banks branch appears to be from the 1960s. In 2021, the building was sold and will be adapted for office space. [map]

More Colorado Mid-Century Modern Banks:
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City (Denver)
Key Bank (Fort Collins)
Wells Fargo Bank (Fort Collins)
Wells Fargo Bank (Fort Morgan)
former Marlow Bank (Littleton)