Blue Foundry Bank recently announced the opening of its newest branch location at the Nell at Dunellen Station, at 100 South Washington Avenue in Dunellen. This location marks the Banks’ debut in Middlesex County. The branch invites consumers and businesses into its contemporary, open-design concept, created by DMR Architects, reflecting the innovative nature of the Bank. The design offers a variety of modern-industrial elements, delivering the essence of the brand.
Blue Foundry Bank looks forward to bringing its dedication, service, and energy to the community of Dunellen. Customers will have access to individualized support from Blue Foundry Bank’s knowledgeable team, helping them along their financial journey.
This location features a walk-up Live Video Interactive Teller Machine, combining the convenience of an ATM with the personal service of their Universal Bankers, with extended hours.
“We are very excited about the expansion of our presence into Middlesex County,” said James Nesci, president and CEO of Blue Foundry Bank. “We look forward to providing a premier banking experience to the Dunellen community.”
To celebrate Blue Foundry Bank’s Grand Opening, grants were provided to the following nonprofit organizations by Blue Foundry Charitable Foundation:
· CASA of Middlesex County – serving abused and neglected children who are living in out-of-home placements.
· Dunellen Rescue Squad – providing emergency medical transportation and rescue services to the Dunellen community with the highest standards of care possible.
· Friends of the Dunellen Public Library – supports the Dunellen Public Library and local community.