Centric Financial Corp. plans to move some of its executive and back-office personnel to a leased space in Cumberland County.
The new office will be at 1826 Good Hope Road in Hampden Township, the holding company for Centric Bank said Wednesday. Centric plans to rent 23,000 square feet of the 30,000-square-foot building, which once housed offices for Susquehanna Bank and one of its predecessors, Graystone Bank.
The new office for Centric will eventually hold 60 to 70 employees, including operations, accounting, executive management and commercial lending personnel, as well as its boardroom. Bank officials hope to start the move in November.
Centric’s Linglestown Road location in Dauphin County, which currently serves as a branch and executive headquarters, will remain the bank’s flagship location and serve as its mortgage center.
The new space will include a health and wellness facility for employees. Harrisburg-based JEM Group is managing building renovations.
“This expansion is a clear message to our customers and community that we are proud investors in our region and signals our commitment to remain a progressive, independent, community bank,” Centric president and CEO Patti Husic said.
The new corporate office will be Centric’s seventh location. The Lower Paxton Township-based company has four financial centers around the midstate and two commercial loan offices.
Centric has about $525 million in assets and 105 employees.