BRIEF: ANB Bank spending $2 million on remodel of Springs branch
Feb 06, 2013 (The Gazette (Colorado Springs - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) --
ANB Bank is spending $2 million remodeling its largest and oldest Colorado Springs branch, including demolishing the 49-year-old original building at 1130 N. Circle Drive, which has been added to over the years, and building a new front entrance on the north side of the building as well as a new lobby, safe deposit boxes and accessible parking.
Most of the 45 employees who work at the branch have been temporarily moved to the bank's five other local branches, but a drive-up banking facility, ATM machine and night depository remain open. The project is expected to be completed by August and will include 7,000 square feet of office space on the ground and third floors that will be available for lease.
ANB also is building a new branch in Castle Rock and completing smaller renovation projects at its branches at 1095 Garden of the Gods Road, the Cherry Creek area of Denver, Boulder, Grand Junction and Cheyenne.
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