The Lancaster County location will be their first full-service branch.
February 25, 2020
York Traditions Bank, based in York, Pennsylvania, has announced plans to open its first full-service branch in Lancaster County. The bank said the makeover will commence in the spring.
Subject to customary regulatory approvals, the 3,600-square-foot office will be located at 1687 Oregon Pike and anticipates serving customers in the Fall of 2020. The branch will be highly visible from Route 30, easily accessible from Oregon Pike, and situated across the street from the bustling Lancaster Shopping Center. The bank signed the Oregon Pike property lease on January 24, 2020, and renovations will begin during the second quarter.
The office will include commercial, retail, and residential mortgage professionals engaged in the Lancaster community. The bank is forming the local team to be led by a senior market executive who will report directly to President and CEO Eugene Draganosky. The retail branch will be supported by universal bankers with the expertise to serve varied customer needs, including transactions, account openings, and loan processing.
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Most financial institutions have tremendous excess capacity in their existing branches today.
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