Heartland's 37th and Maize Branch honored
Published April 16, 2018
The Heartland Credit Union branch located at 37th and N. Maize Road in Wichita was recently recognized as a Project of the Year in the Office and Retail division of the Wichita Business Journal's Real Estate Awards. The project was submitted by Shelden Architecture, the firm responsible for the design of the building.
The 13,500 square foot branch quickly became HCU's flagship Wichita location when it opened in April of 2017. The design of the building blends the latest in banking technology with the personal touch HCU members are accustomed to. The open-design of the branch features consumer services including home loans, business services, and 24-hour deposit ATMs. There is also a community room with full multi-media and seating for up to 40 people that is available to local organizations, further reinforcing HCU's commitment to the local community.
"We are extremely proud to have our 37th and Maize Branch honored by the Wichita Business Journal," states Dan Springer, HCU President and CEO. "I also want to offer our congratulations to Shelden Architecture on designing a building that looks great and functions well for our staff and members."
This is the second award the 37th and Maize Branch has received. Shelden Architecture was also honored for the design in the Wichita Section of the American Institute of Architects Design Awards.