Telhio Makes HQ Move Official

Telhio Credit Union is moving its headquarters to 330 Rush Alley in Columbus Downtown Development Corp.'s Peninsula Office Building, which is a keystone of the new development in the historic Franklinton neighborhood. The credit union's sign was placed on the building on Saturday, May 13, making the move official. The physical move will get underway in June.

When Telhio moved to its current location in 1962, the credit union had 3,200 members and $2.3 million in assets, serving employees of the telephone industry in Ohio with a headquarters office located across the street. Today, Telhio has more than 70,000 members and $1.3 billion in assets serving individuals, families, businesses, and organizations across more than 20+ counties in Ohio - and Telhio is continuing to expand and grow. Telhio will occupy the fifth floor, which is 29,953 square feet, increasing its footprint from its current headquarters by about 3,000 square feet.

"As the oldest credit union in Franklin County, we want to ensure we remain grounded in the community, and Franklinton is the oldest settlement in Franklin County," said Derrick Bailey, President of Telhio. "We will have more office space and meeting rooms to accommodate our growing team, dedicated parking, an innovation studio and an inviting employee lounge to fit the needs of our fast-moving and fast-growing organization."

The employee lounge includes a gathering area along with an outdoor balcony area for both socialization and meeting space when the weather permits. The boardroom overlooks the Scioto Mile Greenway, and the downtown skyline is one of the best views in the city.

Branch services currently provided at 96 N. 4th Street will relocate to a new location in Grandview, and a Telhio ATM will remain at the 4th Street location.