A sign in Charlotte’s SouthEnd announces the pending arrival of a new Bank of America branch, to be built at the intersection of South Boulevard and Iverson Way. It will be the first new Bank of America branch in the Charlotte region since 2012.
A sign in Charlotte’s SouthEnd announces the pending arrival of a new Bank of America branch, to be built at the intersection of South Boulevard and Iverson Way. It will be the first new Bank of America branch in the Charlotte region since 2012. Rick Rothacker
A sign in Charlotte’s SouthEnd announces the pending arrival of a new Bank of America branch, to be built at the intersection of South Boulevard and Iverson Way. It will be the first new Bank of America branch in the Charlotte region since 2012. Rick Rothacker
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Bank of America plans 1st new branch in Charlotte since 2012

May 06, 2016 1:49 PM

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