Hudson River Community Credit Union
(HRCCU) plans to break ground on a new
3,000-square-foot branch office in December,
replacing its current branch at 312
Palmer Ave., Corinth.
“The design of this newly constructed
building will incorporate many of the great
ideas submitted to the Credit Union by its
members,” said HRCCU CEO Sue Commanda.
“Some of the new branch’s member-inspired
features include a high-capacity,
three-lane drive-thru, a dedicated ATM
drive-up lane and a children’s play area.”
The new building will be designed and
built by F. H. Alexander Inc. of Ballston
Spa, and will replace a structure which has
housed the Corinth-based credit union for
more than 50 years with a more modern,
energy-efficient building, Commanda said.
The new branch will be built to the immediate
right-hand side of the current branch,
on an existing parking lot and grass area,
allowing the existing branch to remain open
until the new building is complete.
A ground breaking is being planned for
early December. Completion of the branch
is scheduled for June, 2015.
HRCCU is a nonprofit financial cooperative
owned and governed by its members.
Anyone who lives, works, worships, attends
school or businesses and other legal entities
located in Warren, Washington, Saratoga
and Rensselaer counties or the towns of
Cohoes, Watervliet and Green Island and
their family members are eligible to join.
HRCCU has five branches located in Cohoes,
Corinth, Glens Falls, Hudson Falls