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San Cap Community Bank purchases building to serve as main office

By Staff | Jan 9, 2020
PHOTO PROVIDED From left, Steve Brown, Craig Albert, Amy Esposito-Brown, Trish Phillips, Shirley Schulz, Melissa Rice, Lynn Quigley and Lena Brown.

Sanibel Captiva Community Bank recently announced the acquisition of a building, located at 2406 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel, to serve as the bank’s main office.

It has hired Benchmark Construction to handle renovations on the building that will start this month.

Construction is estimated to be completed in September.

The bank sold its main branch, at 2475 Library Way, to the city of Sanibel to become the new senior center, which hosts the Center 4 Life Program operated by the Sanibel Recreation Department. In addition, the building will house the administration offices for Community Housing and Resources.

“We are excited to move our main office to Periwinkle Way and offer a more convenient location for our customers,” bank President and Chief Executive Officer Craig Albert said. “What’s even more exciting for us is to be able to help the community by providing Sanibel seniors a larger location to gather.”