Our New Traverse City Office

Construction Updates

 

November 15, 2022

We have officially broken ground on our new Traverse City office! The State Savings Bank team, Traverse Connect ambassadors, representatives from Comstock Construction and Architecture Technology, P.C., our future neighbors Aspire North Realtors, and many other friends gathered in the snow today to celebrate the first turns of the shovel.

We can’t wait to see this project come to life on the corner of Garfield Avenue and Centre Street.

 

 


 

 

November 9, 2022

State Savings Bank has announced plans for a new Traverse City office. When it opens, the three-level facility will serve as the bank’s principal office and will be home to more than 50 employees.
 
State Savings Bank’s new Traverse City office will be located on the corner of Garfield Avenue and Centre Street, next to Aspire North (formerly known as the Traverse Area Association of Realtors). An existing building on the site has been demolished to make room for the new 17,575-square-foot facility.
 
“We’ve always been a community bank. While we continue to invest in the digital banking solutions customers expect, we know a lot of our customers still want a physical location. Somewhere they can meet face-to face, or do their banking via a drive-thru or drive-up ATM,” said Dan Druskovich, Regional President. “This building will be very convenient for our customers, and it shows our continued commitment to the Grand Traverse area.”
 
When the new bank office opens, it will provide customers with full-service banking, including two drive-thru lanes, a 24-hour drive-up ATM, an after-hours depository, and plenty of convenient parking. It will also house the bank’s business banking, mortgage lending, consumer lending, administration and operations teams.
 
An official groundbreaking will take place later this month. Progress can be followed at ssbankmi.com/NewSSBankTraverseCity or via the hashtag #NewSSBankTraverseCity.
 
State Savings Bank is a community bank established in northern Michigan in 1896. The bank has offices in Traverse City, Empire, Suttons Bay, Frankfort, Beulah and Gaylord and loan centers in Big Rapids, Caro and Houghton Lake. The bank is known for its refreshing “Yes, I can!” approach to customer service.

 

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