Listed in the National Register of Historic Places for its architectural significance, Premier Bank began life as a post office, becoming a local banking institution only after the U.S. Postal Service declared the Richardsonian-style building obsolete.  A community-driven preservation initiative kept the community landmark alive.  Retention of as much of the building's historic fabric was a key project goal, and the bank's extensive brass and wood fittings bespeak its postal legacy.  A  reconceptualized  division of space indicates the many functions of a contemporary banking institution:  Major operations are carried out on the first floor, while the second floor serves as a combination board and ballroom.

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