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Bricks and mortar: Michigan-based Sterling Bancorp adds branch in Washington

S&P Global Market Intelligence rounds up notable branch openings and closings over the past week. This wrap excludes certain moves by banks with more than $5 billion in assets and certain credit unions.

Mid-Atlantic

Newburgh, N.Y.-based Empire State Bank closed its representative office at 6402 8th Ave., Suite 601 in Brooklyn, N.Y., on April 30, according to the New York State Department of Financial Services' weekly banking bulletin.

The bank is a subsidiary of ES Bancshares Inc.

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Philadelphia-based Republic First Bank opened a store at 1400 Blackwood Clementon Road in Clementon, N.J., on July 28, according to a press release.

The Republic First Bancorp Inc. subsidiary also plans to expand into New York City beginning in 2019.

Midwest

Southfield, Mich.-based Sterling Bancorp Inc. opened a full-service branch at 1100 Bellevue Way NE in Bellevue, Wash., according to a press release.

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Grand Forks, N.D.-based Alerus Financial NA on Aug. 1 opened a branch at 1540 S. Stapley Drive in Mesa, Ariz., according to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency's website.

Southwest

Littlefield, Texas-based AimBank opened a branch at 3910 S. Treadaway Blvd. in Abilene, Texas, according to the Texas Department of Banking's website.