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Mundelein Community Bank Opens Second Location

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  • Karla Carr

      Karla Carr

 
Karla Carr

Mundelein Community Bank will be opening their second location in Fall 2014. Construction will begin soon for a 1,800 square foot facility located in the heart of downtown Mundelein, at 169 N. Lake Street – between McDonald's and the Police Station. The main bank is located at 1110 W. Maple Ave, the northwest corner of Route 176 and Midlothian.

The Bank is joining the Village of Mundelein and other businesses that are becoming part of downtown Mundelein's revitalization and growth. The features of Mundelein Community Bank's new facility will be consistent with the new architectural standards for the downtown area and is designed to be similar to the new Village Hall, including a clock tower.

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In addition to traditional community banking account services for consumer and business customers, the bank will offer a variety of consumer and small business loans designed for the needs of the community. "As a true community bank serving Mundelein and Northern Lake County, we have a special commitment to the residents and our customers," said Ryan Zicco, President of Mundelein Community Bank. "We back that commitment by investing in the communities we serve."

"This exciting project demonstrates Mundelein Community Bank's commitment to the community and we are delighted that their new satellite office will serve as the catalyst for future downtown development plans," said Steve Lentz, Mayor, Village of Mundelein.

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