Horizon Credit Union is building a branch on Washington Street in Spokane, according to permits issued by the city.
Construction of the 3,100-square-foot building, 605 S. Washington St., is valued at $1 million.
The branch will have a drive through interactive teller machine, which is similar to an ATM. Eight parking spots will be provided.
The building is being constructed in the parking lot of the existing Horizon location on Washington.
Horizon was founded in Spokane Valley in 1947 as Kaiser Employees Federal Credit Union, when it served employees of Kaiser Aluminum. In the 1990s, the credit union changed its name to Horizon, and now has branches in Eastern Washington, Northern Idaho and Western Montana.
The contractor on the project is Baker Construction & Development, of Spokane. The architect is Bernardo Wills Architects, also of Spokane.
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