The bank consolidated at its San Marco offices, vacating the 100 North Laura building.
CenterState Bank vacated its Downtown offices and moved to San Marco, which opened the street-level and top-floor space for sublease at Laura and Forsyth streets.
The signs are down and the doors are locked at the bank’s former ground-floor space at the 100 North Laura building.
NAI Hallmark is marketing the 2,695-square-foot ground-level space and a top floor office suite of 6,295 square feet for sublease.
CenterState moved to the FirstAtlantic Bank offices at 1325 Hendricks Ave. that were converted and rebranded for CenterState Bank.
The 100 N. Laura St. corner has been a bank address for years. CenterState moved into the offices in 2017, taking space vacated by Ameris Bank.
Ameris had taken over the Northbank offices from The Jacksonville Bank when they merged in 2016.
NAI Hallmark Vice President Kevin Vaughn and Principal Patrick Thornton represent the 10th floor sublease space, while Senior Associate Eric Yi and Vice President Austin Kay represent the ground-floor offices.
One bank that also left its Downtown space but hasn’t announced a new location is BBVA, which closed its Jacksonville Landing branch as the city prepared to demolish the riverfront marketplace.
“We are continuing to explore our options, but in the meantime, we’ve consolidated to the Southside branch,” said an emailed statement from the bank.