Wells Fargo will host an event Friday marking the move of its Wichita commercial banking location to Union Station.
As part of a multimillion-dollar renovation at Union Station, Wells Fargo moved in October from its commercial banking offices on North Main to the revamped former train station and depot site.
The new location, housed in the south-facing portion of the old Grand Hotel building, features 6,100 square feet of space, according to a news release. The commercial operation, which now employs 10 people, had been on North Main since opening in 2013.
“We’re proud to be a part of Wichita’s downtown development,” said Scott Ochs, senior vice president for the location, in a news release. “We’re now closer to our Wichita customers and will continue to make local loan decisions and provide products and services that help companies succeed financially.”
The ceremonial event Friday, which will include a ribbon-cutting, will begin at 2 p.m. at Union Station. The event will also feature an authentic reproduction of the iconic Wells Fargo stagecoach.