It seems like a logical move, as the two banks are quite close to each other as it is.
Customers have also vocalized their irritation at poor customer service in the branch, as a result of the Broadway locations limited employees.
Therefore, the consolidation should provide more efficient customer service all around at a more central location.
But this move will leave quite a space to be filled once Chase goes.
So what’s going in?
With the recent surge in restaurants and healthy food stores, perhaps we can expect something a little different?
Or, perhaps we can expect another restaurant or food store. . .