Something new in
A handful of banks try out the “neighborhood branch” concept— high-value service offered in a smallfootprint facility in a retail center
By Paul Seibert
Perennial design leader Umpqua Bank is a believer in the “neighborhood branch.” Its latest, pictured here, is in Seattle’s Capitol Hill market. These branches typically average 1,800 sq. ft.
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