S&P Global Market Intelligence rounds up recent U.S. bank branch openings and closings. This wrap excludes certain moves by banks with more than $5 billion in assets and certain credit unions.
Fairfield, N.J.-based Kearny Bank, a subsidiary of Kearny Financial Corp., closed six of its branches in New Jersey, according to the State of New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance's website.
The bank closed its branches at 401 Valley Brook Ave. in Lyndhurst, 646 Van Houten Ave. in Clifton, 247 Palisade Ave. in Garfield, 1353-C Ringwood Ave. in Haskell, 339 Main Road in Montville, and 301 Main Street in Allenhurst.
Paramus N.J.-based SB One Bank, a unit of SB One Bancorp, opened a banking center at 1000 Port Imperial Ave. in Weehawken, N.J., according to a news release.
Bainbridge, Ga.-based First Port City Bank, a subsidiary of Port City Holding Co. Inc., in June opened a branch at 463781 FL200 in Yulee, Fla., according to the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance's July bulletin.
Marietta, Ga.-based LGE Community CU in July opened a branch at 2855 Old Milton Parkway in Alpharetta, Ga., according to the regulator's bulletin.
Patterson, Ga.-based First Southern Bank in July opened a branch at 205 West Center Ave. in Sebring, Fla., according to the bulletin.
Denver-based Sunflower Bank NA, a subsidiary of FirstSun Capital Bancorp, opened a branch at 665 Flatiron Marketplace Drive in Broomfield, Colo., BizWest reported.
Honolulu-based Hawaii State FCU opened a branch at the Salt Lake Shopping Center in Honolulu, according to a news release.
This is the credit union's 10th branch in the city.
Santa Rosa, Calif.-based Poppy Bank, a unit of Big Poppy Holdings Inc., in June opened a branch in the Westwood Village neighborhood in Los Angeles, North Bay Business Journal reported.
Everett, Mass.-based Eagle Bank in July opened a branch at 104 S. Main Street in Middleton, Mass., Wicked Local Middleton reported.