Cambridge Savings Bank to Open at 3rd Ave Burlington in 2014
BURLINGTON (May 21, 2013) — Burlington-based Nordblom Company announced today that they have completed a 3,300 square foot lease with Cambridge Savings Bank (CSB) at 3rd Ave in Burlington, Massachusetts. Located just off of Middlesex Turnpike, 3rd Ave is the dining and entertainment heart of the 4.6 million square foot Northwest Park mixed-use redevelopment. The 3rd Ave retail-walking street will be anchored by Wegmans and KINGS Bowl.
“Nordblom Company has an excellent and long-standing business relationship with Cambridge Savings Bank and we are very excited to house the bank’s newest branch at 3rd Ave,” said Douglas Wynyard, Senior Vice President at Nordblom Company. “Together with its architect, Symmes Maini & McKee, Cambridge Savings Bank has designed a modern and beautiful branch that will also provide excellent convenience for Northwest Park’s office tenants as well as the 3rd Ave shopper.”
CSB’s new banking center will offer a full line of financial services, including checking and savings, residential and commercial lending, and investment services. The bank will also include a business center for use by business clients during and after business hours.
3rd Ave, a unique addition to the Route 128 corridor, and part of the robust Burlington market featuring some of the strongest retail demographics in New England with affluent neighbors and a strong daytime population. The development is easily accessible to major area roadways, and is bounded by Route 3, the Middlesex Turnpike and Route 128/Interstate 95. 3rd Ave is being developed as a downtown retail environment with 300,000 square feet of retail space in a boulevard layout. Restaurants, cafes, retail boutiques and other service amenities will line the boulevard, with a focus on pedestrian walkways and public green space. For more information about 3rd Ave, visit www.3rdaveburlington.com.
About Cambridge Savings Bank
Cambridge Savings Bank is a full-service financial institution with $2.5 billion in assets that is inspired by the communities it serves. One of the oldest and largest community banks in Massachusetts, CSB offers a full line of individual and business banking services and has 16 banking centers located in Cambridge, Acton, Arlington, Bedford, Belmont, Burlington, Concord, Lexington, Newton Centre, Newtonville and Watertown. For more information about Cambridge Savings Bank, go to: www.cambridgesavings.com.