U.S. Bank closes downtown Cedar Rapids branch office

12-story building was originally opened as Merchants National Bank in 1925; U.S. Bank cites market conditions for closure

U.S. Bank downtown Cedar Rapids
The U.S. Bank building at 222 Second Ave. SE, at the corner of Second Avenue and Third Street SE in downtown Cedar Rapids. CREDIT RICHARD PRATT
U.S. Bank has closed its branch office at an historic bank building in downtown Cedar Rapids, closing the book on the building's 98-year consumer banking history. The bank closed its main downtown branch at 222 Second Ave. SE in Cedar Rapids as of Sept. 14, according to Caitlin Hurley, U.S. Bank assistant vice president of […]
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