Skip to main content
You are the owner of this article.
You have permission to edit this article.
Edit
First Neighbor Bank acquires building on the Toledo Square

First Neighbor Bank acquires building on the Toledo Square

{{featured_button_text}}
First Neighbor Bank

First Neighbor Bank in Toledo has purchased a building on the south side of the Toledo square with plans to remodel for tellers and their loan department.

TOLEDO — First Neighbor Bank, a Community Bank based in Toledo is announcing plans to change their customer service operations in Toledo. First Neighbor recently acquired a building on the south side of the Toledo square which had previously housed a bank. Scott Bland, Senior Vice President of Operations for First Neighbor Bank, states the bank plans to complete a remodeling project along with an addition to the building before moving its Customer Service (Tellers) and its loan department to the new location.

Once this happens the existing bank location at 201 N Meridian St. in Toledo will be renovated to house the operations of the company, with a possible addition to the west side of the existing building. Those businesses and individuals that have safe deposit boxes at the current location will be contacted prior to relocating them to the Toledo square location.

The remodeling projects are being completed by K. Wohltman Construction, Inc. of Effingham. Wohltman has built other buildings on the Toledo square such as the Neal Center YMCA, Toledo Fire Protection District’s Firehouse and the Sarah Bush Lincoln Toledo Clinic.

First Neighbor Bank now includes eight locations in Toledo, Casey, Charleston, Neoga, Greenup, Newman, Mattoon, Paris and soon coming to Tuscola. First Neighbor also has four Tax and Accounting Offices which are located in Casey, Neoga, Mattoon and Charleston.

0
0
0
0
0

The business news you need

* I understand and agree that registration on or use of this site constitutes agreement to its user agreement and privacy policy.

Related to this story

Your CBD Store Mattoon has opened a location downtown where it sells a variety of SunMed hemp-derived wellness products, ranging from gummies and water solubles to soft gel capsules and topical creams.

Get up-to-the-minute news sent straight to your device.

Topics

News Alerts

Breaking News