The new 7,950 square foot, one-story facility for Harvard State Bank in Oregon, Illinois is being built on a site that previously consisted of five residential sites that were rezoned as commercial.
The building includes an entry tower and curved street-facing facade with a design to match the local architectural flavor. The building materials on the exterior include a split-face block base with brick and Exterior Insulation and Finishing System (EIFS) above. The facility includes a lower level, as well as three drive-up lanes plus an ATM unit in the outboard lane.
The project is estimated to be completed in late Winter 2017.