Bank of the Finger Lakes groundbreaking held for new Penn Yan community office
PENN YAN — Wayne Bank held a groundbreaking ceremony May 13 for the new Bank of the Finger Lakes Penn Yan community office building.
Bank employees from the Penn Yan and Geneva locations attended the ceremony at the new site downtown, 225 Main St.
The new building, according to the bank, is 2,450 square feet and features a full-service community office, drive-through banking services and off-street parking.
Chrisanntha Construction of Gorham is the general contractor. The project began in early April and is expected to be completed in late fall, the bank said in a news release.
"The construction of the new bank branch will bring accessible off-street parking, drive-through banking, and safe deposit boxes to this location," Wayne Bank's senior vice president and retail banking market manager, Heidi Westfall, said in a news release. "The bank is working with local contractors and suppliers on this project, including general contractor Chrisanntha Construction. We are grateful for the support received to date for the local municipalities and authorities. Community manager Pam Donnells and her team look forward to continuing to serve the Penn Yan community."