PITTSBURGH – One of the largest banks in Pittsburgh, which has slashed more than 70 branches across its space, is making its first cuts here.
KeyBank is closing two locations in the city – the downtown Pittsburgh branch at 437 Grant St. and the Castle Shannon branch at 305 Mount Lebanon Blvd. – From June 18th. The Grant Street branch will be consolidated into the KeyBank property at 300 Sixth Ave., less than a quarter of a mile away. The Castle Shannon office will join forces at the South Hills Village office at 1825 Washington Road, nearly two miles away.
“Our branches are and will remain a source of strength for KeyBank,” said Michael Conlin, a spokesman for Cleveland-based KeyBank, via email on Monday. “Customers don’t need to take any action as all accounts are automatically transferred to the new location. You can continue to do banking at any KeyBank location you choose. Affected teammates will be placed in nearby branches or have the opportunity to apply for other open positions in the market. “
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