The Paycheck Protection Program began accepting applications again Monday with an additional $310 billion. But local business owners who were shut out during the first round were uncertain whether they’ll fare any better this time.
Cummins isn’t alone in its neighborhood approach. Multiple Indianapolis companies are choosing to focus their philanthropy on a particular neighborhood as a way to make a greater impact.
The bank has staked out the upscale Keystone at the Crossing submarket for a staffed, free-standing addition to its growing local operations.
The “advanced centers” are intended to split the difference between standalone ATMs and regular branch offices.
Bank of America already has customers here, but is now opening an actual branch—in the street-level retail space in the new Cummins Inc. distribution headquarters downtown.