Huntington Bank to invest $5.4M in downtown Flint, bring in 60 jobs

FLINT, MI — Huntington National Bank plans to expand its call center in downtown Flint, investing nearly $5.4 million in renovating its Saginaw Street complex and creating 60 new jobs.

A $450,000 performance-based grant from the Michigan Strategic Fund brought the overall cost to relocate the bank’s call center to Flint lower than a competitive site in Ohio, according to a Michigan Economic Development Corporation news release.

Along with the creation of 60 new jobs, Huntington plans to invest $5.4 million in building renovations at the complex, formerly the regional headquarters of FirstMerit, to expand its call center. Huntington acquired FirstMerit in 2016.

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