Midland States Bank to Open New Yorkville Banking Center on January 27
EFFINGHAM, ILLINOIS – January 15, 2014 – Midland States Bank has completed the remodeling and renovation of its new full-service Yorkville Banking Center and is scheduled to open on January 27, 2014.
The single-story, 3100 square foot brick structure is located at 38 West Countryside Parkway – just north of the intersection of Highways 47 and 34. The site has undergone an extensive exterior transformation, adding a canopied drive-up banking structure and a new front entrance, as well as additional parking and enhanced landscaping.
The new branch features full-service functionality with convenient drive-up banking, and a 24-hour drive-up ATM. Flat screen monitors will add visual appeal in the lobby and feature bank promotions and information.
“We are excited about our new office and the opportunity to expand our financial services and convenience to the Yorkville community,” commented Ken Spaeth, Market President. “The vitality of the Yorkville market, paired with the financial strength of Midland States Bank, will partner well. We take great pride, not only in offering exceptional banking services, but also investing in the communities we serve. Making improvements to our new office is just one phase of our investment and we look forward to being an active partner in the growth of Kendall County.”
The branch features comprehensive consumer, business, mortgage and wealth management
services and will open with an initial staff of seven people.
Global Power and Construction, Inc. of Big Rock, Illinois, was the general contractor for the project. The branch renovation was designed by architectural firm Koziol and Brown Architects and Engineers of Lisle, Illinois. Local and regional sub-contractors were utilized for the various construction needs.
About Midland States Bank
Midland States Bank is rated “5 Stars” by Bauer Financial, a rating reserved for only the strongest financial institutions in the U.S. Midland has assets of approximately $1.7 billion and Midland Wealth Management has assets under administration of more than $1.0 billion. Established in 1881 in Effingham, Illinois, Midland States Bank provides a full range of commercial and consumer banking products, trust and investment management, insurance, and financial planning services. As a community banking institution, Midland States Bank prides itself on establishing and maintaining relationships with its customers and is committed to serving the financial needs of the communities it serves. For additional information, visit http://www.midlandsb.com.