The 325,000-member, $1.7 billion Municipal Credit Union has opened a branch in Harlem, one of New York City's most historic and underserved areas.
MCU President/CEO Kam Wong, Board Chairman Mark Brantley, Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Lloyd Williams and U.S. Rep. Charles Rangel’s Deputy Chief of Staff Geoffrey Eaton cut the ribbon on the new branch on Monday.
The Harlem branch is MCU’s first in upper Manhattan and its second branch in the borough. With the opening of the Harlem branch, MCU now has 15 branches in the five boroughs, Westchester and Long Island.
“MCU is excited to open its Harlem location, allowing us to provide convenient and excellent service to our members who work and live in upper Manhattan. We are also proud to be a part of a truly iconic neighborhood in New York. We look forward to continuing and growing our relationship with the community,” Wong said.