Points West Community Bank will be opening a second location in Greeley later in 2019. “Points West has been working for several months to secure the historic spot at 940 9th Avenue in Downtown Greeley, formerly home to Woody’s Newsstand,” said Mark Brase, Colorado President of Points West Community Bank. “We see this as an amazing opportunity to better serve our existing customers, and expand the banking options for businesses and consumers in the greater downtown area”, Brase continued.
The bank has been working with a local contractor, architectural, and design teams to reimagine the space once known for newspapers, cigars, and coffee into a state of the art community bank that will expand upon its current footprint at 6801 West 20th Street. Tim Ulrich, Greeley Market President for Points West said, “We believe that downtown Greeley is the perfect place for Points West. We’re community-focused: we support local businesses, we make decisions locally, we support local causes, and see the strength of the vibrant downtown community. We can’t wait to share our story, and become part of the history of such a local downtown landmark.”
While details are still being finalized, Brase and Ulrich both stated that the building which for so long had served as a gathering spot for generations in Greeley will still serve that same purpose and that most certainly coffee will continue to be a daily part of the staple of the building. Contact your local banker today!