The multimillion-dollar sale of a prime property in the heart of the Central Coast’s busiest downtown comes amid a flurry of building activity that had some developers bidding on the lot in hopes of developing the bank building’s adjacent parking lot, which faces the corner of Marsh and Osos streets. But the timing was too good for Heritage Oaks to pass the location up, said Simone Lagomarsino, the bank’s CEO.
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PacWest Bancorp’s $58.1 million offer to buy American Perspective Bank has trumped an earlier deal for the Central Coast lender and puts San Luis Obispo County in play as a banking hotspot. The April 30 acquisition offer from PacWest, parent of Pacific Western Bank, comes three weeks after Umpqua Holdings Corp. of Oregon said it Read More →
American Perspective Bank, a San Luis Obispo County lender founded five years ago, is being purchased by Portland-based Umpqua Holdings Corp. for $44.7 million. If the deal gains the approval of banking regulators and American Perspective shareholders, Umpqua will pay $10 per share in cash for the San Luis Obispo-based bank, a 12.4 percent premium Read More →