Tuesday, March 26, 2013
The bank headquarters will move just a few block from the waterfront.
The Bank of Georgetown is moving a few blocks away from its current headquarters location at the waterfront to a new space at 1115 30th St., keeping the business in the neighborhood from which it takes its name, the Washington Business Journal reports. "We decided it was time to look around for more efficient space. We were able to find it just a couple blocks away," Chairman and CEO Mike Fitzgerald told the WBJ. The new space will allow the bank to stretch out a bit, upsizing from 8,000 square feet to a comparably luxurious 17,400 square feet. Read the full report on the Washington Business Journal. Get daily and breaking news email updates from Georgetown Patch by signing up for newsletters here.
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Curtin Winsor III lived in Georgetown with his wife and three daughters.
Curtin Winsor III, the executive chairman of Bank of Georgetown, died either late Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning, according to the Washington Business Journal. Winsor was an active member of the Georgetown community, as a resident and a board member on the Georgetown Business Improvement District, serving as the BID Finance Chair. At the Georgetown Business Association holiday meeting Wednesday evening, Vice President Janine Schoonover asked those in attendance to take a moment of silence and to keep Winsor's "family, friends and the Bank of Georgetown family in our thoughts this holiday season." Winsor was born and raised in DC, according to his biography on his company website. Winsor co-founded Bank of Georgetown with Michael …
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Georgetown Bank's board of directors will now include Jim Adbo, CEO of District-based Abdo Development.