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BANCO POPULAR OPENS NEW BUILDING TUESDAY

Banco Popular officials spent the weekend getting their new building on Veterans Drive in Altona ready to open for business Tuesday.
The building will house the bank's main branch and its regional headquarters. Banco Popular officially closed its former main branch on Veterans Drive in Charlotte Amalie at the close of business Friday.
The new building, complete with a two-floor parking garage, will have 10 teller stations, eight drive-through lanes, a night depository, two walk-up automatic teller machines and a drive-through automatic teller machine, according to the Daily News.
Banco Popular de Puerto Rico has other branches in Fort Mylner, Sugar Estate and Red Hook. The bank plans to replace its Charlotte Amalie waterfront branch with one in Hibiscus Alley, the Daily News story said.

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Banco Popular officials spent the weekend getting their new building on Veterans Drive in Altona ready to open for business Tuesday.
The building will house the bank's main branch and its regional headquarters. Banco Popular officially closed its former main branch on Veterans Drive in Charlotte Amalie at the close of business Friday.
The new building, complete with a two-floor parking garage, will have 10 teller stations, eight drive-through lanes, a night depository, two walk-up automatic teller machines and a drive-through automatic teller machine, according to the Daily News.
Banco Popular de Puerto Rico has other branches in Fort Mylner, Sugar Estate and Red Hook. The bank plans to replace its Charlotte Amalie waterfront branch with one in Hibiscus Alley, the Daily News story said.