CapStar Bank will open its newest financial center in Brentwood at 5120 Maryland Way in Brentwood, former home of Capital Bank, on Monday, January 14.

The last day of operations for its original Brentwood branch at 5500 Maryland Way will be Friday, January 11.

CapStar Consumer Banking Director Tara Alford has overseen the move and renovation of the building at 5120 Maryland Way.

“CapStar’s expansion in Brentwood is an investment in the Brentwood community,” Alford said. “Our customer base of businesses and consumers is expanding, and the new stand-alone space will accommodate Brentwood’s growth as well.”

The new 7,878-square-foot location will also house the bank’s Commercial Real Estate team, led by Lee Hunter.

The building, which resembles an historic home, was designed by architect Michael Marchetti and built in 1998 by Flow Construction to house the Bank of Brentwood. That bank, along with the Bank of Franklin and the Bank of Green Hills, in 2003 became part of the Cumberland Bank South. The most recent tenant for the building was the North Carolina-based Capital Bank, which in 2017 became part of First Horizon and moved the branch’s business to the First Tennessee bank on Franklin Road.

CapStar will host a grand opening celebration on Thursday, January 31, beginning at 10 a.m. with a ribbon-cutting at 10:30 a.m. The new financial center will offer drive-through banking and ATM services. Operating hours are from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

CapStar Bank, headquartered in Nashville, Tenn., was founded in July, 2008 and provides custom financial solutions to businesses and consumers through six locations in three counties: Davidson, Williamson and Sumner, with a mortgage office in Green Hills. CapStar recently acquired Athens Federal Community Bank N.A., based in Athens, Tennessee. CapStar specializes in business lending and provides robust treasury management and correspondent banking services. Personal banking specialties include tailored loan and deposit products, wealth management and mortgage products.

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