A new Prosperity Bank building will be constructed at 615 E. Byron Nelson Blvd. in Roanoke after City Council voted unanimously at its Aug. 23 meeting to approve a site plan.
According to city documents, a bank was originally built at that location in 1982. The building, which was a little more than 8,000 square feet, was damaged during freezing weather last year and determined to be a total loss, city documents state. The building was demolished in February 2022.
SLI Group Inc., which is working with Prosperity Bank, plans to replace the building with a smaller footprint on the 3.79-acre site at the northwest corner of East Byron Nelson Boulevard and Dorman Street, documents state. The site plan calls for a 4,000-square-foot building with three drive-thru lanes. A timeline for construction was not announced. www.prosperitybankusa.com