The Huber Heights banks branch was caught up in a wave of national consolidations, closing in April this year.
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The closure was part of a consolidation with another Huber Heights location about four miles away on 5116 Brandt Pike, a PNC spokeswoman told the Dayton Daily News last April.
“We are doing consolidations across the footprint, so it’s not in an specific markets. They’re just in response to the fact that the way customers are using branches is changing,” the spokeswoman told this news outlet.
Nationally, more banking is taking place online. Customers can deposit checks with mobile apps and transfer money online.
The Miriam R. Gibbs Revocable Trust formed the Prime Huber limited liability company in August, state records show.
A message was left Monday with NAI Bergman Realtor Bob Zavakos, who listed the property.
The 3,096-square-foot building came with nearly an acre of land.