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AMG National Trust Bank Relocates Headquarters To Greenwood Village, Colorado

The national headquarters of AMG National Trust Bank will relocate to Greenwood Village, Colorado, a Denver Suburb. The firm’s headquarters, which will be located on vacant land in the northwest corner of East Caley Avenue and Greenwood Plaza Boulevard, will complement the city’s Village Center development near Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre.

“We are very pleased that AMG National Trust Bank chose Greenwood Village as its official address for its national headquarters,” said Mayor Ron Rakowsky. “Our business community continues to grow and thrive because of reputable businesses likes AMG who decide to make an investment in our community because Greenwood Village has what it takes for businesses to be successful.”

According to Greenwood Village officials, AMG development will be fashioned after The Palace of the Rhine in Strasbourg, France. The building will feature a dome and old-world European theme encompassing three-stories comprised of 45,000 square feet of office space, along with 277 parking spaces. LEED enhancements that will be incorporated in the development includes; bicycle storage and changing rooms, water efficient landscape, use of regional materials processed and manufactured regionally, and indoor environmental quality including HVAC equipment with improved lighting power density with comprehensive, high efficiency water heaters and snowmelt boilers.“

We are excited to take this next step in the company’s 40-year history,” said Sheryl Bollinger, AMG President/CEO. “Our new building will embody the strength and permanence of our conviction to our clients’ success. We are excited to bring our 80 employees into such a remarkable new facility in Greenwood Village.”

“We are looking forward to returning our headquarters to the high-growth environment of Greenwood Village,” said David Wright, CEO of AMG’s holding company. “We are highly appreciative to Mayor Rakowsky, members of the City Council and City Planning and Zoning Commission, City staff members, and members of the board of Southgate Sanitation District for providing a smooth runway for the project.”

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