The Navy Federal Credit Union branch in the Williamsburg Shopping Center is moving.
The branch at 6402 Williamsburg Blvd is expected to close after relocating to a new location at 1919 N. Lynn Street in Rosslyn later this month, according to an email sent to customers this week.
It will become a full-service branch at the new location in Rosslyn and is scheduled to open on Monday, Aug. 29, said Amber Southard, a spokesperson for the credit union.
Southard noted that the opening date could change. She did not respond to ARLnow’s question about why the branch is moving.
The new location in Rosslyn is on the ground floor of the Deloitte building, near the entrance to Key Bridge.
Navy Federal Credit Union offers banking and loan services mainly to active members of the military, veterans and their families. The company has four branches in Arlington, including branches in Ballston, in Crystal City and inside the Pentagon, according to its website.
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