Collegiate Peaks Bank, division of Glacier Bank, has opened a new branch location in the Denver Tech Center at 5450 Greenwood Plaza Blvd., Ste. 100. The bank has moved into the building’s approximately 6,500-square-foot main floor space.
The new building was developed by Urban Esprit, a Colorado homebuilder since 1989. That company will occupy the top floor of the building. The architect that represented the bank is Surround Architecture of Boulder with Denise Perkins of St. Vrain Perkins Design, Inc. acting as the owner’s rep. The architect that represented Urban is BWS Design Group and the general contractor was Bryan Construction of Colorado Springs.
Piper Pierce, a banking industry veteran with more than 20 years of experience, will serve as the bank’s president. The DTC branch has also hired five new employees and intends to continue to grow its banking team. Customers will enjoy easy access to the DTC location, which is located near the intersection of I-25 and Belleview near the Landmark Retail Center.
“We’re looking forward to bringing our professional team of bankers to the DTC location and helping all of our customers to grow their businesses and thrive in the communities they serve,” said Liam Girard, division president of Collegiate Peaks Bank. “Our hard work and community-minded approach have made Collegiate Peaks Bank a sought-after banking partner by Colorado businesses, and as a result our bank has grown, driving the need for this expansion into DTC.”
In addition to strong customer service, Collegiate Peaks Bank is committed to supporting the communities it serves and has made it an important part of the company culture. The bank’s employees donate their time and effort to causes that help to build a strong community spirit and contribute to the success of the businesses, organizations and individuals around them.
Collegiate Peaks Bank has additional branch locations in Denver (Belcaro), RiNo (River North), Salida and Buena Vista.
Rendering courtesy of Collegiate Peaks Bank