Huntington Bank announced on Friday (10/20) that it plans to close more than 30 branches in early 2024, including nine here in Michigan.

The blow was delivered along with Huntington's third-quarter earnings report, which was released Friday morning. Shuttering 34 of its branches means reducing the bank's footprint by about 3%, according to Cleveland.com. Huntington's headquarters are located in Columbus, Ohio.

Closures Will Lead to Employee Shuffle

Kris Dahl is a spokesperson for Huntington Bank. Dahl indicates that Huntington will make an effort to move displaced employees to similar roles at other branches.

“We regularly review our distribution network (in-store and traditional) and make adjustments and improvements to ensure our mix of branches, ATMs and online and mobile banking continue to meet our customers’ evolving needs,” Dahl said. “We make every effort to place colleagues in comparable roles so they can continue to be a part of Huntington, serving the communities they know.”

30+ Branches in Seven States Set to Close

Michigan and Minnesota are the states being hit the hardest, each with nine branches slated to close next year.

Seven Huntington Bank locations in Ohio and a handful of locations in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Illinois, and Wisconsin will be shuttered.

Is Your Local Huntington Branch Closing?

Here are the nine Michigan locations that are said to be closing in 2024:

  • Battle Creek, 1 Bedford Road. N.
  • Belmont, 6011 West River Road, N.E.
  • Cass City, 6363 Main Street.
  • Detroit, 333 W. Fort Street
  • Clarkston, 5750 Baypointe Boulevard
  • Lexington, 5536 Main Street
  • Pinconning, 3858 N. M-13
  • Saginaw, 4955 Bay Road
  • Midland, 1000 S Saginaw

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