BOH sells building in Hagatna

Bank’s Hagatna and Harmon branches remain open
Posted on Sep 17 2021

Bank of Hawaii’s Hagatna branch.

Bank of Hawaii’s Hagatna branch. (Contributed photo)

GUAM—Bank of Hawaii announced yesterday the sale of its building in Hagatna, Guam, at 134 W. Soledad Ave., to the property investment subsidiary of Citadel Pacific Ltd.

The sale of the building aligns with the bank’s plans to build a new West Pacific regional headquarters in Tamuning, which will include a new branch, the Guam Commercial Banking Center, Guam Residential Loan Center, Guam Auto Finance, an expanded call center operation and its administrative offices. Construction is scheduled to start in late 2022.

Bank of Hawaii has been serving the Guam market since 1961, and both of its existing branches in Hagatna and Harmon (at 1340-C N. Marine Corps Dr. in Tamuning) will continue to serve the community during normal business hours:

– Special hour for man’åmko, at-risk individuals and their caregivers: Mondays-Fridays: 9am to 10am.

– General banking hours: Mondays-Fridays: 10am to 4pm.

Bank of Hawaii’s new West Pacific regional headquarters will be located at Chalan San Antonio between the Personal Finance Center and Shell Gas Station in Tamuning. The new Tamuning Banking Center will be a “Branch of Tomorrow” and provide customers the conveniences of its more modern locations, such as easy-deposit ATMs, Wi-Fi and private meeting rooms. (PR)

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