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Announcing Southeast Federal Credit Union Expansion and Relocation:

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Southeast Federal Credit Union is already ancored in Tallahassee, however its great to see an existing company move forward and expand. Here's their story.

In March 1982, the Mississippi Corporate merged with Southeast Corporate. Today, Southeast Corporate is one of the top-rated corporate credit unions in the nation, as reflected by our AA rating from Standard and Poor

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Yeah... I think the major reason for their expansion is their failure to recognize the major impact the Automotive sales industry would have on that branch.

Still, they need another west side location, or if they don't want to go west side they could purchase the old spot across from the civic center where we used to pay our utility bills.

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Found this thread after I posted under SouthWood Growth....guess it really should have gone here....Sorry.

UPDATE...Looks like construction is about to begin on the new Southeast Corporate Credit Union Services Building in SouthWood. They were issued an actual building permit last week after paying off the outstanding permit fee balance & there is finally some activity on the site.

Permit Number TBB052496 Permit Type T-BLDP 3692 COOLIDGE CT

Parcel #: 311626 C0100 Issued: 01/23/2006 Valuation: 4500000 Total Fees: 40016. Sq Ft: 31524

Type/Class: 01 22 Use: DESCRIPTION: SS - NEW COMM OFFICE (SE CORP FED

SOUTHEAST CORPORATE OWNER 576-8900

SOUTHEAST CORPORATE OWNER 576-8900

HBE CORPORATION APPLICANT 314-567-9000

FREDERICK S. SCOTT ARCHITECT 314-567-9000

H B E CORPORATION CONTRACTOR 314-567-9000

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Sorry I don't have a real picture to provide for everyone but the steel frame for this new SECU Services headquarters building is in place & the building outline is really starting to take shape. Although it's not a highrise, it's still been cool seeing a crane sticking up in the skyline at this project site! :)

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