Biz Roundup: Sharonview Federal Credit Union breaks ground in Salisbury
Sharonview Federal Credit Union held a groundbreaking Sept. 5 for its new location at 403 N. Main St. in Salisbury, an area it has served since the 1970s.
The site is less than two blocks from an existing Sharonview branch.
“We look forward to serving and interacting with our members in our new branch, still located in Salisbury’s beautiful downtown historic district,” said Sharonview President and CEO Bill Partin. “This full-service branch, with a modern, open floor plan, underscores our commitment to connecting with our members while meeting their financial needs.”
The new location will be Sharonview’s sole branch in Salisbury and is expected to be open by the second quarter of 2020.
Attending the groundbreaking were U.S. Rep. Ted Budd; Salisbury Mayor Al Heggins and Mayor Pro-Tem David Post; Nicole Holmes Matangira, chairwoman of the Rowan County Chamber of Commerce board; Sharonview board Chairman Rick Belcher and member Lynn MacLeod; and the architecture and building partners from Little Diversified Architectural Consulting and Creative Builders.
Partin spoke, along with Sharonview Chief Administrative Officer Mark Johnson and Elaine Spalding, president of the Rowan Chamber.
Sharonview, based in Fort Mill, South Carolina, serves more than 85,000 members and has assets totaling more than $1.6 billion. It operates 18 branches in North Carolina, South Carolina and New Jersey.