The bank is remodeling six branches in Colorado and Wyoming and expanding into a new Front Range community, Castle Rock. ANB described the $2 million project at its Circle Banking Center as extensive.
The branch is at the corner of Circle and Uintah, 1130 N. Circle Drive.
The current building, built in 1964, had been worked on over the years. Now, a portion of the building is being removed and will have a new welcoming entrance built to the remaining portion of the building.
“We are proud that ANB Bank continues to grow and offer high quality banking products to the Colorado Springs community,” said Lonnie Parsons, regional president of ANB Bank in Colorado Springs. “Our Circle Banking Center has been a cornerstone of this community since 1964 and we are pleased that it will continue to offer an unmatched level of personal service that our customers expect from us, in addition to a new streamlined and more modern designed banking center.”
The new Circle Banking Center will feature a new front entrance on the north side of the building, a new lobby, safe deposit boxes and an easily-accessible parking lot. The existing detached drive-up facility will be relocated and attached to the west side of the new building.
When construction is complete, the ANB Bank building will encompass 27,000 square feet with the new banking center occupying 2,400 square feet. The bank’s central support operations center will occupy a significant portion of the remaining space, leaving 7,000 square feet available for leasing.
In addition to the Circle Banking Center remodel, ANB Bank is spending about $65,000 renovating its Garden Banking Center’s lobby at 1095 Garden of the Gods Road.
ANB also has broken ground on its Castle Rock location, which is scheduled to open in July. The 3,500 square foot location is at the corner of Meadows Parkway and Prairie Hawk Drive. The branch will feature a full-service lobby, safe deposit boxes, a two-lane drive up, a 24-hour drive-up ATM and ample parking. The banking center will be part of a new Commercial Center that is being developed.