capital-one-logoA bank with local offices is reengineering the retail setting in which it is conducting business. Capital One is redefining the banking experience with a new concept it will offer via a café-style service in Bellevue. The cafe, coupled with bank representatives, will assist clients with banking needs in the Puget Sound region.

Capital One has announced its plans to open the Capital One Café at The Bellevue Collection in the Lincoln Square Expansion along Bellevue Way

In 2017, Capital One Café will provide its clients with a venue where bank accounts can be serviced and where new financial tools can be explored, all while enjoying a cup of coffee.

Espresso, coffee and tea beverages from purveyor, Peet’s Coffee & Tea, will be served, along with baked goods, from local businesses.

“At Capital One, we believe consumers deserve a bold bank at their side,” said Ryan Laudenbach, Seattle Market Lead for Capital One. “We’re reimagining the banking experience by bringing banking and living together. We know industries are being disrupted by bold technologies and banking is no exception. Customers want a swift, convenient banking experience, and sometimes, they want a personal connection, too.”

Capital One Cafés will feature a space where customers can interface in a relaxed manner with bank representatives regarding the achievement of financial goals

The Bellevue location will occupy 7,800 square feet with four ATMs on location. Additionally, office and meeting space for customers, partners and community members will be provided.

“We are excited to bring this dynamic new Café to The Bellevue Collection,” says Jennifer Leavitt, vice president of marketing, The Bellevue Collection. “This new café is designed to facilitate experiences centered on discovery, conversations, hospitality, education and community events.”

Capital One Cafés are currently operating in six markets across the country, including Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, San Francisco and St. Cloud. For more information, visit

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