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Credit union opens suburban branch
A credit union has opened a new branch in a suburb of Grand Rapids.
Battle Creek-based Kellogg Community Credit Union recently held a ribbon cutting for its newly built branch in Wyoming, at 2270 Gezon Pkwy. SW in the Metro Health Village near the Metro Health - University of Michigan Health hospital.
The new branch offers a full array of financial assistance, including daily transactions, checking and loan services, mortgages, investment services, commercial accounts including lending, and drive-thru service with a 24-hour ATM.
“We are excited to have our beautiful new branch in the Metro Health Village open, ready to serve both new and existing members,” said Tracy Miller, CEO, KCCU. “Everyone has been so welcoming to us over the past year when we opened our temporary branch here, and we look forward to building those relationships for many years to come.”
The branch was designed and built using “sustainable design attributes” such as location and transportation, a sustainable site, water efficiency, energy savings, materials and resources, and improved indoor environmental quality.
Over the next few months, KCCU will work to obtain Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification for the building from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Grand Rapids-based firms Integrated Architecture and Rockford Construction served as the architect and contractor on the project.
Custer, also based in Grand Rapids, supplied furnishings for the branch.
Kellogg Community Credit Union
Founded in 1941, Kellogg Community Credit Union offers personal and business banking services.
It serves over 43,000 members in Battle Creek, Marshall, Kalamazoo, Portage, Grand Rapids and Three Rivers.
KCCU reported $615 million in assets as of this month.