Myrtle Beach bank to move headquarters

dbryant@thesunnews.comJanuary 9, 2013 

A Myrtle Beach-based bank is moving its headquarters from Oak Street to the bustling banking hub along Robert Grissom Parkway.

Coastal Carolina National Bank, which has been based on Oak Street since the bank formed in 2009, is moving into the three-story building at 1012 38th Avenue North that formerly housed Plantation Federal Bank, which failed in 2012.

The building, formerly known as the Plantation Financial Center, will become known as the CCNB Center. The bank will have a 8,100-square-foot branch on the first floor that will have a 24-hour ATM and drive-through window service. The new branch should be open by Feb. 4.

The bank also will have space on the third floor.

“Our business is growing and the new headquarters location will give us the flexibility to expand as needed,” Laurence Bolchoz Jr., the bank’s president and CEO, said in a news release.

The bank’s location at 2305 Oak St. will stay open until the new office on Grissom Parkway opens.

A number of banks have offices along Grissom Parkway, including BNC Bank and CresCom Bank that are both at the intersection of 38th Avenue North. South Atlantic Bank also has an office on Grissom Parkway near 29th Avenue North.

Coastal Carolina National Bank also is opening its second Grand Strand office this month in Garden City Beach at 2961 U.S. 17 Business in front of Kroger. Crews are renovating the 3,000-square-foot building, which previously housed Bank of America.

Contact DAWN BRYANT at 626-0296 or at dbryant@thesunnews.com or follow her at Twitter.com/TSN_dawnbryant.

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