PNC Bank recently announced a $1 billion nationwide investment to open more than 100 branches and renovate over 1,200 existing branches through 2028, and Boston is getting two new branches from that plan.

PNC will open a branch in Quincy in early March; the bank is finalizing plans for the exact location of the other Boston branch, said Heidi Hurst, regional communications lead for PNC Bank in New England.

“PNC will be opening two additional branches in the Boston area. As one of the largest retail banks in the United States, our vast branch network, alongside our other core banking channels, plays a key role in how we serve and provide solutions to our customers across the country,” Hurst said in an email. “By investing in our network, we are supporting our customers, our team members, and the communities where we live and work.”

PNC currently has eight branches in the Greater Boston area, including one in Back Bay (729 Boylston St.) and one in North Station (109 Causeway St.) in Boston, as well as in Burlington, Chestnut Hill, Dedham, Framingham, Lynnfield and Somerville.

PNC will open the majority of the new branches in key cities such as Austin, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Miami and San Antonio, while refreshing its current offices to enhance customer experience in other locations, the bank said in a statement. PNC currently has around 2,300 branches across the country.

PNC Bank to Open Two New Branches in Boston Area

by Nika Cataldo time to read: 1 min