Fulton Financial Corporation Celebrates Expanded Headquarters
Yesterday, Fulton Financial Corporation (NASDAQ: FULT) hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of its and Fulton Bank, N.A.’s corporate headquarters expansion at 23 E. King St., in downtown Lancaster, PA.
“This is a proud day for Fulton, our project partners and our community,” said E. Philip Wenger, chairman and CEO of Fulton Financial Corporation. “This new building symbolizes the growth of our company and the vibrancy of our local economy. Fulton is committed to changing lives for the better and we are proud to continue to invest in our thriving Lancaster community.”
Fulton Financial Corporation’s senior management team members, along with other state, county and city officials, community leaders and the construction project team attended the event.
The three-story office building contains approximately 60,000 square feet of space, including 1,500 square feet of street-front retail space for Subway™. The new building is currently occupied by 200 employees, and has space for 400 employees to account for projected new hires, based on Fulton Financial Corporation’s 10-year growth plan.
Fulton announced in 2010 that it had purchased the property with the intent to expand its corporate offices at Penn Square. In 2013, the company paused the construction project to evaluate its needs and current buildings on Penn Square and in East Petersburg to ensure that the company was optimizing its existing facilities. It has since reworked areas of its existing Penn Square headquarters and completed a major remodel of the East Petersburg Operations Center, adding 425 new workspaces between the two locations.
About Fulton Financial Corporation
Fulton Financial Corporation, a $21 billion Lancaster, PA-based financial holding company, operates approximately 230 offices in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey and Virginia through four subsidiary banks. Learn more about Fulton Financial Corporation at www.fult.com.
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