Cobalt Credit Union broke ground on their new Northeast Lincoln branch on a windy Thursday morning last week. A fitting forecast for the new branch that makes banking a breeze for its members.
The roughly 4,800 square foot branch is located off Windmill Drive and 84th Street. The member-focused building is the first stand-alone branch in Lincoln. Designed for accessibility and efficiency, it will include both personal and commercial banking services in addition to two interactive teller machines that provide customers with all their banking needs.
“We will always have a branch strategy to grow our branches into several different neighborhoods, so this is a great opportunity for us,” said Chief Operations Officer Robin Larsen. “We have a brand standard on what our branch will look like and we are excited to grow that into many more communities in the future.”
This is MCL’s second groundbreaking with Cobalt Credit Union in less than three months. MCL broke ground on a new branch in Gretna, Nebraska, in August. That branch will open in the spring of 2021.
“We are excited to continue this long-lasting partnership with a great client and great project in Lincoln,” said MCL Project Manager Chad Tresslar. “Cobalt understands MCL and we understand the expectations of Cobalt.”
Cobalt Credit Union has a 74-year history serving customers in both eastern Nebraska and western Iowa. The Lincoln location is its 27th branch to help serve its 110,000 members.
“MCL is my favorite partner to work with as they really take the pressure out of building a project. They take care of their customer and they are our preferred contractor for all of our projects,” said Larsen.
The Lincoln credit union will open in the winter of 2021.
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