‘Less Bank, More Community Center’: Bank In West Dallas Hopes To Welcome Neighbors

The new bank branch is looking for customers in the area’s moderate, and low-income communities.

By Courtney CollinsFebruary 21, 2018 9:30 am| , , ,

From KERA:

Until last month, west Dallas had just one brick and mortar bank — out on the fringe of the neighborhood, near the interstate.

A new bank branch wants to build a relationship with the heart of the community; low and middle income families who’ve lived there for decades.

West Dallas is teeming with construction cranes and cement trucks. New apartments, restaurants and offices are in progress all over the neighborhood. A branch of Texas Capital Bank opened just last month.

It’s directly across the street from the Trinity Groves restaurant complex– and the folks who work there couldn’t be happier. Take Beto Rodarte, who owns the Mexican eatery, Beto and Son.

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