Blue Foundry Bank announced the unveiling of its reimagined branch location at the Mall at Beaverbrook at 60 Beaverbrook Road in Lincoln Park.
The new design, by DMR Architects, reflects the bank’s reinvention and creates an innovative environment for the surrounding community that it serves.
The fully remodeled space was designed with the customer experience top-of-mind, presenting an open area where employees can better serve customers in an approachable setting. The branch design offers a variety of modern-industrial elements, delivering the essence of the brand.
Blue Foundry Bank is headquartered in Rutherford and has a heavy presence in Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Morris, Passaic and Somerset counties.
The bank’s Lincoln Park location features a walk-up Live Video Interactive Teller Machine, combining the convenience of an ATM with the personal service of its universal bankers, with extended hours.
“We are pleased to introduce our refreshed Lincoln Park branch, designed to create the perfect atmosphere for delivering unwavering financial support and expert banking guidance to our valued customers,” James Nesci, CEO and president of Blue Foundry Bank, said. “We remain committed to being a pillar of the Lincoln Park community.”
To celebrate Blue Foundry Bank’s grand reopening, grants were provided to the following nonprofit organizations by Blue Foundry Charitable Foundation:
- Lincoln Park First Aid Squad: Promoting life safety by providing the highest level of emergency service;
- Lincoln Park PAL: Providing recreation and/or education facilities for the youth of Lincoln Park. The members and coaches use personal example to teach sportsmanship and leadership;
- Morris County Habitat for Humanity: Builds and rehabilitates houses in partnership with families in need.