Investors Community Bank in Green Bay announced plans to move from its current location on Voyager Drive to a larger location on the west side of the city, at 960 Hansen Rd. Investors is in the process of renovating an existing building on that site, with a mid-summer move-in date anticipated.
"We're excited to be able to move to a larger facility that will offer an even better banking experience," stated Brad Witbro, AVP – Banking Services Manager, Green Bay. "Our new site will provide increased space in a more convenient location and allow us to better serve our customers."
Philippi Quality Construction of Manitowoc was selected as general contractor for the building project, which features a major interior renovation of the existing 6,285-square-foot building. The completed facility will offer a welcoming design aligned with the look of other ICB facilities. A larger footprint will provide increased office space, conference rooms and the addition of a drive-through, which will allow staff to provide comprehensive and accessible banking services.
"One of our focuses as a community bank is to provide an exceptional customer experience, and this new location gives us expanded space that allows us to offer customers more convenience and accessibility," said Tim Schneider, CEO of Investors Community Bank.
Investors serves the financial needs of businesses throughout Northeast and Central Wisconsin and farmers throughout Wisconsin. Additionally, they offer competitive consumer deposit products in the communities they serve.
The bank was founded in Manitowoc in 1997 and is celebrating two decades of providing financial solutions in 2017. As one of the most successful bank startups in Wisconsin, they have over $1.2 billion in assets and full service offices in Appleton, Green Bay, Manitowoc and Stevens Point, as well as Loan Production Offices in Eau Claire, Sheboygan, Darlington and Fond du Lac.
Investors entered the Green Bay market in 2016 when the bank's holding company, County Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: ICBK), completed a merger with Fox River Valley Bancorp, Inc., the holding company for The Business Bank. The merger also allowed Investors to expand its presence into the Fox Valley market.
For more information on Investors Community Bank, visit www.InvestorsCommunityBank.com