One of the village's largest, most iconic downtown buildings remains vacant after closing several years ago.
According to the village's office of assessment, the Bank of America building remains one of the village's most valued properties, with an assessment checking in at $5,400,000 for a total of 34,000 square feet.
It after the multinational bank reported record losses.
Sources familiar with the property, located at 58 E. Ridgewood Ave., say numerous ideas have been pitched, but quibbles over high rent and a large amount of variances needed (notably, parking) have slowed the process.
What do you think should fill the space? A small mall? A night club? Restaurant? A big retail store?
(Perhaps a bank that serves frozen yogurt, pizza, and does nails? Anyone? Beuhler?)
Let us know in the comments what you'd like to see.