The Native American Bank rocked its mocs in November 2017. Photo: Native American Bank

Native American Bank acquires building for new headquarters and branch

The Native American Bank is on the move.

The bank acquired a building in Denver, Colorado, to serve as its new headquarters. It will also house a retail branch, the second for the bank but the first in Colorado.

"We are very excited about our upcoming branch location in the historic Baker neighborhood of Denver!" a post on the bank's Twitter account read.

The bank expects to be in its new home by mid-2019, according to news reports. The building is a couple of miles south of the current headquarters in downtown Denver.

The bank was founded in 2001. Its shareholders are tribes, tribal entities and Alaska Native corporations and it specializes in tribal economic development projects and home loans for Native Americans.

Read More on the Story:
Native American Bank moves HQ; plans first Colorado branch (BusinessDen February 1, 2018)
Native American Bank to move HQ, open branch on Broadway (The Colorado Real Estate Journal January 29, 2018)