PNC Bank to Open New Branches in Denver

4617 Central Park Blvd, Denver. Credit: PNC

PNC Bank announced today a significant investment in its branch network aimed at extending access to banking services and financial expertise for customers and communities across the country. The plan includes an approximate $1 billion investment to open more than 100 new locations — including in Denver — and renovate more than 1,200 existing locations through 2028. 

Through this investment, PNC will build and open new branches in key locations, including Austin, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Miami, and San Antonio, among others, improving the convenience and reach of its coast-to-coast branch network. In addition to building new branches, the bank is renovating existing locations across the country to create a better customer experience when conducting transactions or meeting with bankers to discuss financial goals. 

“The growth we’ve enjoyed in Denver, coupled with our success, has led to a big investment in Colorado as part of PNC’s nearly $1 billion investment in its coast-to-coast branch network,” said Ryan Beiser, regional president for PNC in Colorado. “PNC’s capabilities of being a leading national bank with local delivery are a differentiator in Colorado from competitors. This investment will further embed us in the fabric of the communities where we live and work, to understand what’s happening and respond in a meaningful way that helps our clients reach their financial goals.”

PNC currently has approximately 2,300 brick-and-mortar locations across the country. In addition, the bank serves customers through more than 60,000 PNC and partner ATMs nationwide as well as through online and mobile banking platforms and its customer care center. 

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