Lakewood, Colo.-based FirstBank consolidated two of its branches by opening a new space in downtown Denver.
The bank opened both a retail branch and a 12,000-square-foot office on the first and 20th floors of the new, 42-floor Optiv Building, respectively, according to a press release. Roughly three-dozen employees will work in the space, which is a consolidation of the bank’s former Union Station and Tabor Center locations.
A grand opening was held Jan. 26.
“It’s important we meet customers where they want to be met,” said Kevin Classen, president of the $27 billion bank. “That means providing the right mix of technology solutions and in-person service options. Downtown Denver is making its comeback post-pandemic as more individuals return, and we want to be there to support businesses and residents as we have over these past several decades. With the opening of this location, we look forward to carrying on that tradition.”