On June 6, Sunrise Banks broke ground for the Sunrise Banks Holding Co. building at 2515 Wabash Ave., which is part of the newly labeled Innovation District in St. Paul. The projected opening of the building, located just east of Highway 280 and north of I-94, is January 2017. The 57,000-square-foot building will house the 100 Holding Co. employees and have room for 100 more. Sunrise has four bank branches in St. Paul—including 2171 University Ave. and 2300 Como Ave.—and two in Minneapolis. Pictured above, from left, are Nate Ryan, RJ Ryan Construction; Scott Kiestling, Finn Daniels Architects; St. Paul planning and economic development director Jonathan Sage Martinson; Melodie Carlson, Sunrise Banks COO; Nichol Beckstrand, Sunrise Banks president; Bill Reiling, Sunrise Banks owner; St. Paul City Council president Russ Stark; and Rick Beeson, executive vice-president for development and government relations, Sunrise Banks.