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Parking Meters Being Removed From Closed Bank Amid Possible Sale

The building has been empty since last summer.

The closed bank last summer.
Credit: Tom Sofield/

The former Wells Fargo Bank branch on Bridge Street in the City of Lambertville is believed to have been sold.

Mayor Andrew Nowick shared in his weekly Lambertville Matters newsletter that he is of the understanding the building has been sold.

“It’s my understanding that the property is under contract, though I have no details about the purchaser or future plans,” he said.

The mayor added: “The city’s long-standing lease to use the Wells Fargo parking lot has been terminated and we have been instructed to remove our meters by April 23.”

The building has been listed for sale in recent months.

The Wells Fargo Bank branch closed last summer but the ATM has remained in use.

The building was constructed for Hunterdon County National Bank and has operated under several names, including Wachovia Bank, which was acquired by Wells Fargo Bank in 2008.

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Tom Sofield

Tom Sofield has covered news in Bucks County for 12 years for both newspaper and online publications. Tom’s reporting has appeared locally, nationally, and internationally across several mediums. He is proud to report on news in the county where he lives and to have created a reliable publication that the community deserves.

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