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Frost Bank Opens New Las Colinas Financial Center

The new Frost Las Colinas Financial Center opened for business this morning, signaling the area’s growth and Frost’s commitment to the community.

A 156-year-old bank with deep Texas roots, Frost is in the process of a major expansion project in the Dallas area, doubling the number of financial centers it has open there over the next few years.

Frost operates 185 financial centers across Texas, including 35 in the Dallas region. Over the past few years, Frost has expanded into new locations while many other banks are scaling back their branches.

The new Las Colinas Financial Center presents the latest in Frost’s innovative design and offers a full range of financial services for consumer and business customers. It’s also home to one of Frost’s signature design features: a welcoming greeter station where bankers can assist customers with making a deposit and withdrawal, answer account questions, open an account or apply for a loan.

Though contemporary in design, the new facility also includes a number of unique design elements that reflect Frost’s local heritage and evoke the Texas spirit. Historic state maps and black-and-white photos of Texas line the walls.

Frost will celebrate the updated Las Colinas Financial Center with ribbon-cutting events at an upcoming date.

The Las Colinas Financial Center is located at 7460 N. State Highway 161 at Las Colinas Blvd in Irving.

About Frost

Frost is the banking, investments and insurance subsidiary of Cullen/Frost Bankers, Inc. (NYSE: CFR), a financial holding company with $50.8 billion in assets at Dec. 31, 2023. One of the 50 largest U.S. banks by asset size, Frost provides a full range of banking, investments and insurance services to businesses and individuals in the Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Permian Basin, Rio Grande Valley and San Antonio regions. Founded in 1868, Frost has helped Texans with their financial needs during three centuries. 


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