Legal notice: South Sound Bank plans to move main office

Staff writerDecember 3, 2013 

South Sound Bank has applied to its federal regulator to move its main office at Harrison Avenue and Division Street to 2850 Harrison Ave., the site of a former West Coast Bank branch, according to a legal notice published in The Olympian.

South Sound Bank President and Chief Executive Dan Yerrington could not be reached Tuesday.

The former West Coast Bank branch building likely is vacant because of the merger between West Coast Bank and Columbia Bank. Columbia Bank already operates a branch on Harrison Avenue.

South Sound Bank is the third community bank to recently announce plans to move its main office.

Thurston First Bank plans to move its main office into the former state Department of Personnel building in downtown Olympia, while Washington Business Bank on Martin Way also is exploring a move to downtown.

Washington Business Bank officials are looking at the former First Citizens Bank branch at Fifth Avenue and Franklin Street.

 

 

 

 

Rolf Boone rboone@theolympian.com 360-754-5403

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