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Chase Bank hopes to add drive-thru lane for branch in Herndon

Chase Bank is seeking to add a drive-thru to a recently opened branch in the Herndon area (via Google Maps)

Chase Bank is seeking Fairfax County’s permission to add a drive-through ATM to its Herndon location.

The company has submitted a special exception proposal requesting the ability to operate the ATM and a deposit box at Village Center Shopping Center (2401 Centreville Road).

The county’s land use database indicates that the application was submitted on March 14, but as of press time, staff were still awaiting the actual plans.

The location currently has two ATMs, and Chase Bank’s website indicates that it recently opened.

According to a Chase Bank spokesperson, the branch opened in October and was “built from the ground up.”

“All of our branches that have a drive-thru are locations where there is space and demand to give customers a variety of options for their deposit and withdrawal financing needs,” said Carolyn Evert, Chase Bank’s spokesperson for the D.C. region.

The shopping center, which is anchored by Giant, currently has three spaces available. The largest vacant space is a 44,460-square-foot location for a fitness tenant.

Image via Google Maps

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