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ESL begins move to downtown

The move of ESL Federal Credit Union to new offices downtown has begun, with its operations department and information technology coming to Chestnut Street on Monday.

The move of some 350 workers will be done in three stages, with the second and third moves coming from Irondequoit over the next two weekends, the company said.

The $50 million project includes a new six-story building and parking garage across Chestnut Street from the Strong National Museum of Play.

ESL is the largest credit union in the Rochester market, with $3.9 billion in assets.

The move downtown comes after Friday’s official grand opening of ESL’s 19th branch, in Newark. It is ESL’s first branch in Wayne County.

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