01/27/2020 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 01/28/2020 02:10
JLL led the site selection process and represented the bank in the acquisition
Kansas City, January 27, 2019 -First Heritage Bank has completed the acquisition of a .22-acre tract in the new Lenexa City Center development in Lenexa, Kansas at the northeast corner of 87thStreet and Winchester Street, JLL announced today. The site will serve as the location of the bank's new 5,500-square-foot branch.
JLL's RJ Trowbridge led the site selection process on behalf of First Heritage Bank, Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes, PC represented them in the acquisition, and Collier's Kimberly Tranbarger represented the seller.
"We at First Heritage Bank, are excited to start construction of our newest location," said Tyler Bachman, Executive Vice President, First Heritage Bank. "This new building will serve as the headquarters of our commercial banking division, which currently serves customers throughout the Kansas City metro. In addition, we hope to be a convenient banking option for consumers and businesses alike around the City Center area. We are an independent, community-focused institution. Given those aspects of our organization, the tight-knit nature of a community like Lenexa and its City Center area, is a perfect fit for our Bank".
Kansas City-based Davidson Architecture + Engineering is serving as the architect for the bank's new branch and Kanas City-based Miller Stauch Construction is the general contractor.
The anticipated completion date/opening is December 2020.