VANCOUVER, WA—Pacific Continental Bank, thebank subsidiary of Pacific ContinentalCorporation, has signed an agreement to occupy anewly-constructed building in first quarter of 2016. The newfacility, developed by Vancouver-based firm, KillianPacific, will create a much larger space than the currentoffice and will feature modern technology and sustainableenvironmental elements.
"Our investment in the development of a new and modern office showsthe tremendous commitment of Pacific Continental Bank to theSouthwest Washington community," said KristyWeaver, senior vice president and team leader inVancouver. "The new office will be a thoroughly modern space andwill provide an entirely new community business bankingexperience."
Construction will begin on the new building early next year at theproperty on the corner of 6th and Main Street indowntown Vancouver and Pacific Continental Bank will occupy theground floor.
"We are excited to deliver the 101 Building todowntown Vancouver. Pacific Continental Bank has been a greatpartner in the collaboration necessary to bring this project tofruition. We believe the 101 Building will be a positiveaddition to the core of our community and provide a compellingenvironment for employers and employees alike," said LanceKillian, president of Killian Pacific.
Pacific Continental Bank plans to occupy the new building in thefirst quarter of 2016 and will move all employees from the currentoffice to the new facility.
Pacific Continental Bank, the operating subsidiary of PacificContinental Corporation, has 14 banking offices inOregon and Washington. The bankalso operates two loan production offices. Killian Pacific is alocally based, family owned commercial real estate development andinvestment company.

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David Phillips

David Phillips is a Chicago-based freelance writer and consultant with more than 20 years experience in business and community news. He also has extensive reporting experience in the food manufacturing industry for national trade publications.