INTRUST Bank ground-breaking ceremonies for its new full-service bank was held at 9 a.m. this morning.
The branch, located at 2706 Anderson Avenue (corner of Anderson and Westport), will offer a wide range of financial services, including a comprehensive line of business and personal accounts, along with lending, brokerage and investment services. Plans for the branch also include three drive-through lanes and a 24-hour drive-through ATM.
"I have long-believed that a west location is key to our growth in Manhattan," says Terry Harts, community bank president. "This is a very exciting time for INTRUST. We want residents of this community to know that we are placing roots firmly in the Manhattan soil. This location is, by far, the best available site for our new branch and we couldn’t be happier."
The 3,100-square-foot branch is slated for a first-quarter 2002 opening. INTRUST will retain its branch located downtown at 630 Humboldt.
INTRUST Financial Corp., with assets of $2.4 billion, is the largest independent bank holding company headquartered in Kansas. Its principal subsidiary, INTRUST Bank, was founded in 1876 and is now in its fourth generation of leadership from the Chandler family. INTRUST continues to retain its Kansas focus and its strong commitment to the communities it serves. INTRUST has branches in Andover, Augusta, Clay Center, Derby, El Dorado, Emporia, Eureka, Gardner, Haysville, Holton, Iola, Lawrence, Manhattan, Ottawa, Overland Park, Prairie Village, Shawnee, Topeka, Valley Center and Wichita.