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Bank opens bigger branch in Spartanburg

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United Community Bank has opened a new, larger operation at the intersection of East Main Street and South Pine Street in downtown Spartanburg. The new branch occupies 7,500 square feet across two floors in the corner position of United Community Plaza, a multi-tenant development that will provide a gateway into downtown Spartanburg from the east side of the city, according to a news release.

United Community Bank occupies 7,500 square feet across two floors in the corner position of United Community Plaza. (Photo/Provided)“United Community Bank is dedicated to Spartanburg, and we are excited to have the opportunity to contribute to the momentum seen here,” Lynn Harton, president and CEO of United Community Banks Inc., said in the release “Being in Spartanburg makes us a better bank, and we hope that this investment helps in a small way to continue the development of Spartanburg’s downtown into one of the best in the Southeast.”

The 1.7-acre site includes a multi-use retail building and more than 100 on-site parking spaces. The United Community Plaza is a 19,000-square-foot building. Casual seating spaces are located throughout the office and a community room and kitchen are available for community organizations to use, the release said. The facility also includes two remote drive-through teller lines and an ATM.

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