VyStar Credit Union expects to install signs on its 100 W. Bay St. building Downtown during March and start moving employees into the seven-story structure.
The city approved two sign permits Jan. 16 for “VyStar 100 West Bay” at a project cost of $39,000 each. The second-floor signs will face Laura Street and Bay Street.
Brown Enterprises is the contractor.
Chief Marketing Officer Judy Walz said the Jacksonville-based financial services institution will start moving employees into 100 W. Bay St. at the end of the first quarter and complete the move by the end of the second quarter in June.
Jacksonville-based VyStar Credit Union bought the former Life of the South Building in February for $5 million. It gutted and renovated it.
VyStar bought the adjacent SunTrust Tower at 76 S. Laura St. and a parking garage in July 2018 for $59 million. It renamed the structure VyStar Tower and remodeled it. It put signs on top of the 23-story high-rise in July.
VyStar is relocating its headquarters to the campus from 4949 Blanding Blvd. in West Jacksonville. It expects about 1,000 credit union employees will work Downtown.