WASHINGTON - Chase Manhattan Corp. seems to believe it has found a profitable way to meet inner-city banking needs, and secure Community Reinvestment Act credit in the process.

The $114 billion-asset giant has opened a prototype neighborhood banking center in Harlem. The storefront includes an automated teller machine, a direct link to Chase's phone banking system, a community meeting room, and a bank employee who can take loan applications or answer questions.

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