I have always thought the building on the northeast corner of 95th Street and Pulaski Road is one of the coolest buildings in suburbs. Now it's essentially empty. TCF Bank and the have moved out. The building's future is uncertain.
I don't know what sort of condition it's in – whether it needs significant restoration or whether it's even worth saving. It would be a shame to lose it, though. It's by far the best building at that intersection. And by "best" I mean most interesting, most architecturally relevant and classiest. If it were go be knocked down, I fear a corner Walgreen's with a parking lot in front, or something worse, would take its place.
This is a major gateway into Evergreen Park, and as such it's a chance to announce to people "You're in Evergreen Park." We have a sign that does that, but architecture can do that, as well.
So, what about it? What should either go into this building or go on the lot if the building goes away?