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Jax Daily Record Friday, Jul. 5, 201905:10 AM EST

Downtown CenterState Bank is relocating

It will consolidate at the FirstAtlantic offices in San Marco.

CenterState Bank is relocating from the Downtown core to offices in the San Marco area.

Spokeswoman Lori Ingram said customers were notified of the move.

By Sept. 20, CenterState will move to the FirstAtlantic Bank offices at 1325 Hendricks Ave. that will be converted, she said.

“The decision was made to consolidate that branch into the San Marco branch,” said Ingram, senior vice president and director of marketing.

FirstAtlantic was owned by National Commerce Corp., which became part of CenterState Bank Corp. in a merger completed
April 1.

FirstAtlantic Financial Holdings Inc. merged into National Commerce on Jan. 1, 2018. Its offices continued to operate under the FirstAtlantic Bank trade name.

CenterState Bank has occupied space at the 10-story 100 N. Laura St. building since early 2017. 

CenterState Bank will move from Downtown to the offices of FirstAtlantic Bank at 1325 Hendricks Ave. in San Marco.

It leased about 9,000 square feet, comprising 5,000 square feet on the top floor and a 4,000-square-foot lobby branch.

It will move into more space in San Marco.

The two-story, more than 18,000-square-foot Hendricks Avenue building was developed in 2000 for the unrelated CenterBank of Jacksonville. FirstAtlantic bought CenterBank in 2011.

And here’s more banking history.

At 100 N. Laura St., CenterState Bank took over space vacated by Ameris Bank, which moved to Riverplace Tower on the Southbank. 

Ameris had taken over the Northbank space from The Jacksonville Bank when they merged in 2016.

Prime Realty Services Senior Vice President Matthew Clark said he is working on a sublease for the space. CenterState had a 10-year lease.

“CenterState has been working with ownership and is looking to find a suitable replacement,” he said.

He also said it is “another opportunity to hopefully elevate retail in the urban core.”

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