Kitsap Bank recently relocated the retail operations of its downtown Bremerton branch to a new location. According to a press release, this move will offer state-of-the-art banking services to clients in a newly remodeled facility. The previous location will undergo remodeling and become a dedicated space for commercial lending, small business banking, administrative, and operations offices.

“For this renovation project, we were fortunate to bring together great local talent, including Rice Fergus Miller Architects and BJC Group in the design and construction,” Steve Politakis, Kitsap Bank’s Chief Executive Officer, said in a release. “We are proud to be a part of the revitalization of this very visible and important corner in Downtown Bremerton.”

The new branch utilizes the latest in banking technology, including cash recyclers, and both walk-up and drive-thru Interactive Teller Services (ITS). The branch will be staffed by the same team of bankers.

“We are excited to relocate our Downtown Bremerton Branch into this highly accessible and spacious location,” Tony George, President and Chief Operating Officer, said in a release. “This is a significant upgrade over our current branch facility, and we look forward to providing an excellent banking experience for our clients in this completely remodeled banking center.”

The bank plans a soft open, followed at a later date by a more formal opening to welcome the community. Due to COVID-19 safety measures, Kitsap Bank encourages customers to use drive-up, digital, and mobile banking services when possible. In-person visits can be scheduled by calling the branch at 360-874-7100. Branch hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.