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Central Pacific Bank to begin its $40M renovation

  • CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Central Pacific Bank Chairman Paul Yonamine talked about the company’s $40 million RISE2020 renovation and transformation project during a groundbreaking event Friday as a night scene rendering of the illuminated 22-story main branch was displayed over his shoulder.

    CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Central Pacific Bank Chairman Paul Yonamine talked about the company’s $40 million RISE2020 renovation and transformation project during a groundbreaking event Friday as a night scene rendering of the illuminated 22-story main branch was displayed over his shoulder.

  • RENDERING COURTESY CENTRAL PACIFIC BANK
                                The size of the main branch at King and Alakea streets is being reduced to make room for an indoor-outdoor lanai, coworking spaces and new retail space. The project also will include a next-generation online and mobile banking digitized platform and an upgrade of all the bank’s 84 ATMs.

    RENDERING COURTESY CENTRAL PACIFIC BANK

    The size of the main branch at King and Alakea streets is being reduced to make room for an indoor-outdoor lanai, coworking spaces and new retail space. The project also will include a next-generation online and mobile banking digitized platform and an upgrade of all the bank’s 84 ATMs.

  • RENDERING COURTESY CENTRAL PACIFIC BANK
                                RISE2020, Central Pacific Bank’s $40 million renovation and transformation project, will include the reduction of its 12,719-square-foot lobby in its main branch to about 3,500 to 4,000 square feet to make room for an indoor-outdoor lanai, coworking spaces and new retail space.

    RENDERING COURTESY CENTRAL PACIFIC BANK

    RISE2020, Central Pacific Bank’s $40 million renovation and transformation project, will include the reduction of its 12,719-square-foot lobby in its main branch to about 3,500 to 4,000 square feet to make room for an indoor-outdoor lanai, coworking spaces and new retail space.

Central Pacific Bank has gone more than three decades without a major upgrade since moving in 1983 into its main branch in downtown Honolulu. Read more

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