A Staten Island bank branch damaged by Hurricane Sandy is back open with a new look.
Capital One Bank in Grant City celebrated its reopening Tuesday.
The branch was flooded with three feet of water during the hurricane.
The company did a full renovation, installing state-of-the-art facilities.
"We're re-energized, and we're reopening," said Ed Montesdeoca, a regional executive with Capital One. "So if anything, there's a great amount of pride."
"Hopefully, it gives additional confidence and faith to the folks that live as residents here," said Edward Waterfield, market president with Capital One.
As part of the celebration, Capital One donated $10,000 to the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation.