In 1933, Jewett City Savings Bank opened the doors to a brand new Main office, taking another step towards their mission of maintaining and building lasting relationships with neighbors. Since then, the office has gone through multiple renovations to ensure they can continue to bring the best banking experience to the community.
Renovations through the years
After a renovation in 1973, which celebrated the Bank’s 100th anniversary, the office underwent a second renovation in 1996. During this time, the building’s mezzanine was split into a two-story building, and an elevator was added. 2001 included a third and major renovation, highlighting the addition of a second building and ATM kiosk in the parking lot.
Today, the Main office features a modernized design, introduced during a fourth renovation in 2017. The remodeling included frameless glass offices, customer service pods, and a glass vestibule leading to the parking lot. The renovation was also designed to keep some of the office’s historic New England features, like the full-length windows and the original board room with fireplace.