Mercantile Bank of Michigan Opens New Office in the Historic Globe Building

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The historic Globe Building in downtown Kalamazoo is the new home of the Mercantile Bank Commercial and Mortgage lending office. The site located at 211 E. Water Street was constructed in the early 1900s for Globe Casket Company. The upscale, modern office will house a team of 12, including members of their commercial, credit, treasury, and residential mortgage teams as well as a business banker.

The new office represents Mercantile’s continued commitment to the Kalamazoo community and its vibrant and diverse culture. A strong belief in mutually beneficial relationship banking helps to strengthen the communities they serve and really sets them apart from the competition.

Mercantile has been part of the Kalamazoo community since 2014 upon its merger with Keystone Bank. Over the years, Mercantile has worked tirelessly to establish itself as an industry-leading financial partner to its customers. As one of Michigan’s largest community banks, they offer unparalleled customer service providing a comprehensive, integrated approach to commercial banking.

“Taking the time to understand the needs of our customers, has enabled us to craft a full line of business solutions designed to help our customers do what they do best and in the most efficient way possible” commented Nancy Turtle, Community Bank President. “Our primary goal remains to provide our customers with top-quality personalized service, combined with a wide range of products and lending solutions“ Turtle continued “and we are excited to continue that commitment to the Kalamazoo community in this new downtown location.”

So when you’re ready to experience a better business banking experience, one that’s responsive, nimble and proactive come visit Mercantile. Start a conversation and find out what they can do for you and how they can help move your business forward.

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