The former IGA on East Bayard Street is going to have a new look in the near future. Generations Bank is now in the final stages of the purchasing process to acquire the old 20,000 square foot building. After some renovations, the new state-of-the-art location will be implemented as the headquarters for Generations Bank key operations. Owner and CEO Menzo Case says the move is cost effective and what's best is they stay in Seneca Falls.
He says it'll be an easy move for them, and they can consolidate all of their support services.
Menzo Case announced last April the the Seneca Falls Savings Bank had a new name and logo.
Photo by Greg Cotterill, Finger Lakes News Radio.
One thing that's up for discussion is how to turn what used to be a grocery store into an office building and new headquarters.
The new facility looks to add 20 more jobs to the pay roll. Plans are also in the works to use a portion of the new building for a retail/café space where local students could gain real-world experience by learning how to “run” the company. The new facility should be up and running in the Fall.