Vault 405, Downtown Edmond’s exciting new co-working space powered by Citizens Bank of Edmond, is set to launch additional office space.

Vault 405 was developed by Citizens Bank of Edmond as an innovative space where community and commerce meet. It was designed for thinkers, doers and entrepreneurs. A place for creative locals looking for a space to not only work, but to also forge connections with other businesses that will inspire their own growth.

“We are honored to present even more office space at Vault 405 to our business customers” said Jill Castilla, president and CEO of Citizens Bank of Edmond. “With the continued success of Vault 405, we are adding space to foster continued economic growth in our community by encouraging and facilitating the success of local entrepreneurs in Downtown Edmond.”

         
Vault 405’s expansion includes more offices and collaborative workspaces as well as the current Vault 405 amenities of complimentary printer access, mail service, coffee and tea.
         
For future announcements and event updates on Vault 405, visit www.vault405.com, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram.

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Hi! I am Sherri Hultner and I am the founder of EdmondActive. I started EdmondActive July 13, 2009 on Facebook as a way to bring all information about all of Edmond into one place, then started Around Edmond blog here at the site July 24, 2009 as a way of starting the conversation as to what is happening around our town. I have been a publisher of local zines, a glossy 80 page magazine distributed at a extremely high sell through on national newsstands of over 30% and EdmondActive Magazine for the last 23 years! I have been married for 31 years, have adult sons whom I am very proud of and have been a dog mom to 4 labs, 1 shepard lab, and a golden retriever.  EdmondActive print magazine was first published in November 2009 as a way to bring social media information into the outside world and is secondary to our social networks of over 35,000 residents in Edmond and OKC. The magazine starts its 13th volume in 2021, and I am grateful to have a great readership after all of these years.