STAMFORD, Conn. -- First County Bank is opened new executive offices at 3001 Stamford Square, 3001 Summer Street, Stamford.
First County Bank’s executive offices relocated from 100 Prospect on May 4. To celebrate the opening of First County Bank’s new location, the bank held a ribbon cutting ceremony on May 20.
Helping cut the ribbon for the official opening was Darrel Harvey, co-chief executive officer, The Ashforth Company, Stamford Mayor David Martin, Reyno A. Giallongo, Jr., chairman and CEO, First County Bank, Robert J. Granata, president and COO, First County Bank and Peter C. Rugen, senior vice president and chief administrative officer, First County Bank.
“Our space provides plenty of visitor parking and most importantly, easy access for our customers. We’re very proud of our new space and the technology being used here,” Giallongo said. “We are excited to welcome visitors to our executive offices. Just as we’ve been for the past 164 years, First County Bank intends to be here for many years to come."
Departments at the new location include executive administration, business banking and First County Advisors, its wealth management division.
The new offices provide customers with easier access to bank executives, a modern meeting environment and convenient parking. Features of the new offices include high energy efficiency as well as state of the art technology, including an ATM located in the vestibule outside the building’s cafe.
First County Bank’s new office space is managed by The Ashforth Company. Otherbuilding tenants include KPMG, Genworth, Navigators, O’Conner Davies LLP and Pitney Bowes.
The 3001 Stamford Plaza location was renovated at the end of 2012 to feature an updated lobby, accessible entrance with convenient guest parking, a private shuttle to and from the Stamford train station, a café with outdoor seating, a fitness center and an electric vehicle charging station for building tenants.
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