The bank's new Main Street branch, which is scheduled to open in April, will be in a vacant building on the corner of Gordon Street, formerly occupied by K Bank of Maryland, which failed in November 2010 and was closed by the Maryland Office of Financial Regulation.
Moving from its current location in the parking area of
The new branch also affords for larger office and lobby space to conduct bank business and meet with branch representatives, the release states.
"The Bel Air branch was the second location for BCSB, then known as Baltimore County Savings and Loan," Joseph Bouffard, president and CEO of BCSB, said in the release. "Moving to Main Street, Bel Air serves as a testament to how we continue to focus on better serving our customer base and the growing needs of the
As plans for the relocation progress, BCSB will host a grand opening of the new Bel Air branch, tentatively set for spring 2013.