1967. Originally a Valley National Bank (Bank One's predecessor). This free-spirited bank building, designed by Frank Henry, Taliesin Fellow, in 1963, is a classic example of Phoecian bank architecture of the time. Fondly known as the "mushroom bank" building, the site is characterized by monolithic cast concrete shade structures. The site has recently undergone serious preservation struggles as a developer has proposed to build condos upon the open space of the site. Due to great efforts in the preservation community, the site is currently safe until fall of 2008.