LaSalle Court Is Renamed Highland Bank Court

Apr 18, 2001, 01:00 ET from Highland Banks

    ST. PAUL, Minn., April 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Highland Bank today announced
 that the LaSalle Court Building located at 811 LaSalle Avenue in downtown
 Minneapolis has been renamed Highland Bank Court by the owner and manager of
 the building, Wall Companies.   Highland Bank has operated its Minneapolis
 bank branch from the building since May 2000.
     (Photo:  http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20010418/MNW020 )
     "We are delighted by this recognition," said Rick Wall, Highland Banks'
 Chief Executive Officer.  "The renaming reflects our commitment to the
 downtown Minneapolis business district and recognizes our interest and
 involvement with the business community in the area."
     John Wall, President of Wall Companies said that naming the former LaSalle
 Court for Highland Bank is a natural and appropriate move.  "By naming the
 building in honor of Highland Bank, we are recognizing their position as a key
 tenant in the building.  Our ongoing redevelopment of the building began with
 the arrival of Highland Bank."
     One of the fastest growing small business lenders in the Twin Cities,
 Highland Bank specializes in meeting and exceeding the needs and business
 objectives of growing businesses, their customers, employees and owners.
 Founded in 1943, Highland Bank is ranked No. 6 nationally by Independent
 Banker magazine in return on equity among institutions with $151 million to
 $300 million in assets.  The Bank manages $290 million in assets and serves
 its customers with 120 knowledgeable and experienced employees in six
 locations: St. Paul, Bloomington, Maple Grove, St. Michael, Albertville and
 downtown Minneapolis.
 
     For more information contact Bill Bartkowski of BlueFire Partners,
 612-344-1012, for Highland Banks, or Alisha Rindal Johnson of Highland Banks,
 651-690-8214, alisha.johnson@highlandbanks.com .
 
 

SOURCE Highland Banks
    ST. PAUL, Minn., April 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Highland Bank today announced
 that the LaSalle Court Building located at 811 LaSalle Avenue in downtown
 Minneapolis has been renamed Highland Bank Court by the owner and manager of
 the building, Wall Companies.   Highland Bank has operated its Minneapolis
 bank branch from the building since May 2000.
     (Photo:  http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20010418/MNW020 )
     "We are delighted by this recognition," said Rick Wall, Highland Banks'
 Chief Executive Officer.  "The renaming reflects our commitment to the
 downtown Minneapolis business district and recognizes our interest and
 involvement with the business community in the area."
     John Wall, President of Wall Companies said that naming the former LaSalle
 Court for Highland Bank is a natural and appropriate move.  "By naming the
 building in honor of Highland Bank, we are recognizing their position as a key
 tenant in the building.  Our ongoing redevelopment of the building began with
 the arrival of Highland Bank."
     One of the fastest growing small business lenders in the Twin Cities,
 Highland Bank specializes in meeting and exceeding the needs and business
 objectives of growing businesses, their customers, employees and owners.
 Founded in 1943, Highland Bank is ranked No. 6 nationally by Independent
 Banker magazine in return on equity among institutions with $151 million to
 $300 million in assets.  The Bank manages $290 million in assets and serves
 its customers with 120 knowledgeable and experienced employees in six
 locations: St. Paul, Bloomington, Maple Grove, St. Michael, Albertville and
 downtown Minneapolis.
 
     For more information contact Bill Bartkowski of BlueFire Partners,
 612-344-1012, for Highland Banks, or Alisha Rindal Johnson of Highland Banks,
 651-690-8214, alisha.johnson@highlandbanks.com .
 
 SOURCE  Highland Banks