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Historic Niskayuna mansion branches out as bank

Berkshire Bank, America’s Most Exciting Bank, celebrated the grand opening of its new full-service branch and financial service center at 120 Mansion Boulevard, Niskayuna with a ribbon cutting hosted by The Chamber of Schenectady County on Wednesday morning. Remarks were made by Berkshire Bank’s New York Regional Chairman Robert Curley. Berkshire Bank Foundation presented checks to the Niskayuna Central School District STEM Initiative and Boys & Girls Club of Schenectady Project Learn Youth Development Program for $5,000 each.
 The Niskayuna branch is located in the historic Stanford Mansion, which was previously the home of two Niskayuna Town Supervisors and formerly the location of the Ingersoll Residence. Gary Levante and Lori Gazzillo are seen in one of the state-of-the-art teller pods, providing more personalized service, faster transactions, improved accuracy and enhanced security. The branch also includes a multi-functional Community Room, which offers a free space for local small business and community members to hold meetings or activities.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Berkshire Bank, America’s Most Exciting Bank, celebrated the grand opening of its new full-service branch and financial service center at 120 Mansion Boulevard, Niskayuna with a ribbon cutting hosted by The Chamber of Schenectady County on Wednesday morning. Remarks were made by Berkshire Bank’s New York Regional Chairman Robert Curley. Berkshire Bank Foundation presented checks to the Niskayuna Central School District STEM Initiative and Boys & Girls Club of Schenectady Project Learn Youth Development Program for $5,000 each.  The Niskayuna branch is located in the historic Stanford Mansion, which was previously the home of two Niskayuna Town Supervisors and formerly the location of the Ingersoll Residence. Gary Levante and Lori Gazzillo are seen in one of the state-of-the-art teller pods, providing more personalized service, faster transactions, improved accuracy and enhanced security. The branch also includes a multi-functional Community Room, which offers a free space for local small business and community members to hold meetings or activities.
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Berkshire Bank opened a branch Wednesday inside the newly renovated Stanford Mansion, marking a new purpose for the stately manor that once overlooked an estate. Once tied up in litigation and twice moved during the development of Mansion Square, the building's interior has been remodeled to include all the amenities of any other branch of the bank. The bank also created a community room, offering free space for local small businesses and community members to ...

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