New Albany, MS– New Albany’s BNA Bank celebrated the opening of the new offices of its mortgage operations with a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house reception, Wednesday, Dec. 7th.
About 60 people were present when New Albany Mayor Tim Kent cut the ceremonial ribbon shortly after 10 a.m. The reception continued until 3 p.m.
The renovated facility, the location many years ago of the Union Bus Station, has been repurposed to house BNA Bank’s growing mortgage services operations. Architect William T. Mills was in charge of the extensive work that converted a well-built but under-utilized older building into bright new business offices.
“We’re excited to have a new space to better serve our customers and prospective customers with their home mortgage needs,” said BNA President James R. “Bo” Collins. “We are also pleased to have been able to renovate an existing building into an attractive asset for downtown New Albany.”