18 People's United branches closing in Connecticut

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Eighteen People's United bank branches are closing in Connecticut following a merger, the company has announced.   

Of the 18 locations, People's Bank on Greenwich Avenue in Greenwich and a branch in Westport on the Post Road will both close.   

The branches will close between December 2019 and April 2020. 

Jack Barnes, CEO of People's United Bank, wrote in a statement that, "The result will be a thoughtfully integrated branch network that has been optimized to eliminate overlap and deliver our combined customers continued convenient access to a People's United branch."

Barnes says that in addition to traditional branches, United customers will have access to in-store Stop & Shop branches across Connecticut, which offer full-service, extended-hour banking seven days a week.

People's Bank says statewide mobile banking will not be affected.

• Bristol                    888 Farmington Ave.

• Enfield Big Y         65 Palomba Drive

• Glastonbury         1009 Hebron Ave.

• Greenwich            415 Greenwich Ave.

• South Windsor     161 Nevers Road

• Southington         158 N Main St.

• Waterford            124B Boston Post Road

• West Hartford     102 Lasalle Road

• Westport              370 Post Rd E.

• Manchester          768 N Main St.

• Rockville               25 Park St.

• South Windsor    1645 Ellington Road

• Enfield                   231 Hazard Ave.

• Glastonbury         2670 Main St.

• Hartford                151 Asylum St.

• Manchester Big Y 234 Tolland Tpke.

• Vernon Circle       35 Talcottville Road

• Windsor Locks     20 Main St.

 

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