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Bank of Dudley Continues to Grow

The oldest bank in town announces renovation of its downtown headquarters.

The plans...

The President of Bank of Dudley, Sam Beall, and members of his team joined our monthly meeting on October 21st to announce the renovation and expansion of their downtown branch. Located along the 200 block of West Jackson, the bank revealed plans to make a significant investment and completely reface their existing building.

Bank of Dudley presentation to DDA, Downtown Dublin, GA

The work...

You may have noticed the temporary, enclosed sidewalk along Jackson a few weeks ago. The bank has tapped local contractor Dublin Construction to complete the year-long project and work has already begun on removing the facade at the Thompson Building -- the bank purchased local attorney and historian's Scott Thompson's building earlier this year.

Currently, Bank of Dudley occupies three buildings and have remodeled the exterior overtime. Once complete, the downtown headquarters will feature a cohesive brick facade across the entire property with double hung windows and cornice molding accents, which you know we love. The interior is getting a major overhaul too. The lobby will have an open floor plan and relocated teller line with entrances at the front and rear -- easily accessed by the newly renovated back parking lot completed in early 2016 by the City of Dublin and Bank of Dudley.

The future....

The renovation work is expected to be completed next October, just in time for the bank's 112th anniversary. You'll hear us say this a lot, but our community banks are downtown champions. We are looking forward to seeing the finished project and working with Bank of Dudley to continue to grow our business community in its second century.

Congratulations Bank of Dudley! And, thanks for your continued support and investment in #DowntownDublin.

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