Blue Foundry Bank of Rutherford announced the grand reopening of its Jersey City branch at 123 Montgomery Street with a new design by DMR Architects.
“Our new branch in Jersey City is important to us as we continue to showcase our deep commitment to providing the best banking possible to the hard-working businesses and neighbors we serve,” said James Nesci, president and CEO of Blue Foundry Bank.
Blue Foundry Bank describes the new design as an unmatched banking experience for the modern-day movers and shakers of Jersey City with individualized support to help them meet their financial goals.
In celebration of the branch’s grand opening, the Blue Foundry Charitable Foundation provided grants to nonprofit organizations including the York Street Project, which provides programs that shelter, feed, educate and promote the healing and independence of those in need; Family Promise of Hudson County, that helps those who have lost, or are at risk of losing, their homes get back on their feet; and United Way of Hudson County, which protects youth victims who suffer from abuse and neglect and advocates for resources to help people with special needs.
“We remain dedicated to making a difference, not just through our banking services, but through our community-minded support as well,” Nesci said.
To learn more about Blue Foundry Bank, visit BlueFoundryBank.com or listen to James Nesci on NJBIA’s Other People’s Business podcast here.