PHILADELPHIA – Philadelphia FCU announced the opening of a new branch in a former police station in the historic city neighborhood of Fishtown.

"Fishtown is a close-knit community full of hard-working families that deserve to have a place to visit where they can get the resources they need to improve their financial future," said James McAneney, president of the $900 million credit union.

The 3,000 square foot branch is on the National Register of Historic Places, as it was once home to the 26th District Police and Patrol Station. The credit union will celebrate this rich history with photography throughout the branch.

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