WARSAW — The Five Star Bank branch at 55 North Main St. reopened Monday after months of renovations.
The branch is the first to feature the bank’s new reimagined design, featuring a blend of new technology and the comfort of community banking with what the company deems “Certified Personal Bankers” available.
Five Star Bank’s reimagined branches are designed to serve as financial solution centers with no teller lines or barriers between bank associates and customers.
The new concept aligns services with shifting customer needs and preferences including rapid advancements in financial technology that enable consumers to bank virtually from anywhere, anytime, the bank’s officials said in a news release.
“We take great pride in our long history of serving the Warsaw community and are especially pleased to launch our first new reimagined branch design right here on Main Street,” said President and CEO Martin K. Birmingham in the release. “This branch is not only in the heart of Warsaw, it is at the heart of our long history of serving the Finger Lakes Region. With this remodeled branch debut, our customers can look forward to an enhanced banking experience including advanced digital banking services.”
Renovation Highlights include:
nA new entrance on Main Street.
nThe Bank’s popular Community Room will reopen at a future date, providing professional space with the latest technology and presentation aides for use by area non-profit organizations. It has been closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
nFree parking is located behind the building.
The Bank’s 55 North Main St. location also houses the Customer Call Center, Support Center and Human Resources teams.
Five Star maintains two other locations in Warsaw. They include a branch at 2330 North Main St. and the bank’s corporate headquarters at 220 Liberty St.
The company is a $5 billion community bank offering a wide range of consumer and commercial banking and lending services to individuals, municipalities, and businesses through a network of more than 45 locations.