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Grand Bank to construct new building in Bixby

Tulsa-based Grand Bank plans to build a 6,840-square-foot branch in Bixby that will also house a J. David jewelry store.
by Brianna Bailey Published: September 10, 2013
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Tulsa-based Grand Bank will build a new 6,840-square-foot bank building in Bixby to capitalize on its growth in northeast Oklahoma, the bank said Monday.

The new building will be near the northeast corner of 101st and Memorial in Bixby and will also house a new location for Broken Arrow-based J. David Jewelry. The bank expects the new building to open early next year.

Tulsa architect Jack Arnold designed the building, which is being constructed by Cowen Construction of Tulsa.

Grand Bank is one of the few family owned and operated banks in the area, said Russ Smith, Grand Bank-Bixby Market president.

“Bixby and the south Tulsa markets have great infrastructure and support systems for business, and this new bank building reflects our desire to grow with this dynamic community,” Smith said in a statement.

Grand Bank has assets of $204 million and operates banks in Bixby, Tulsa and Claremore.

The bank was founded in Grove in 1975 as Grand Lake Bank and relocated its headquarters to Tulsa in 1998.

Grand Bank has had a branch in Bixby since 2005.

by Brianna Bailey
Business Writer
Brianna Bailey has lived in Idaho, Germany and Southern California, but Oklahoma is her adopted home. She has a bachelor's degree in Journalism from the Univerisity of Oklahoma and has worked at several newspapers in Oklahoma and Southern...
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Bixby and the south Tulsa markets have great infrastructure and support systems for business, and this new bank building reflects our desire to grow with this dynamic community.”

Russ Smith,
Grand Bank-Bixby Market president

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