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Sharonview Federal Credit Union Expands Lancaster County, South Carolina, Headquarters

Sharonview Federal Credit Union, a provider of financial services is relocating and expanding its corporate headquarters in Lancaster County, South Carolina. The company’s $42 million capital investment is projected to create more than 115 new jobs.

Located at the Edgewater Corporate Center in Fort Mill, South Carolina, Sharonview Federal Credit Union’s new Indian Land, 182,000-square-foot corporate headquarters facility is projected to come online in late 2018.

An an incentive, Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved job development credits related to this project.

“Sharonview is honored to call Lancaster County home as we look forward to moving into a new, enhanced space. Our growth as a company has allowed us to not only expand our membership and services, but also our internal team. We greatly value the team members we have onboard and are proud to have the opportunity to grow that team even more with our new headquarters,” said Sharonview Federal Credit Union President & CEO Bill Partin.

“Our state is not only a manufacturing powerhouse, it is increasingly a top choice for corporate headquarters and service sector operations. Sharonview Federal Credit Union is part of a roster of marquee companies that have decided to establish headquarters facilities within our borders, and we stand ready to assist as they grow their business here,” said Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt.

“Lancaster County has become one of the most sought after corporate headquarters locations in the Carolinas and Sharonview Federal Credit Union played a key role in starting that trend eleven years ago. Their decision to remain and expand in Lancaster County is an indication of our strong business climate and the partnership built with them. We greatly appreciate their commitment to the county and state, and look forward to their continued growth,” commented Lancaster County Department of Economic Development Executive Director Jamie Gilbert.


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