Monday, February 2, 2009

Whitlock Ellis Building Completed

The new Whitlock Ellis Wealth Management office, built on the site of one of Peachtree City’s first banks, has been completed and is open for business.

The building, located at 2338 Hwy 54 in Peachtree City, is over 6500 square feet and is a two story shingle-style office building designed by Tyrone based Jefferson Browne of Design Group, LLC.

With a large open floor plan, featuring two conference rooms and six private offices, the complex houses the permanent Peachtree City location of the Whitlock Ellis Wealth Management team headed up by Barry Ellis, Managing Partner.

“Moving into this brand new building is really exciting for me, explained Barry Ellis. “I worked out of the old building for almost ten years. We are proud to have added such a landmark to Peachtree City.

The previous building located at the site, was originally built in the 1970’s. Demolition crews from the company of South –Tree Enterprises, a Tyrone based commercial builder, completely took down the old building in July of 2008.

Elizabeth Whitlock, President and partner with the practice stated, “The changes to the building site and to the area in general are incredible and we are excited about serving our clients and the community from this location. We want our clients to be comfortable, and the elegant, airy style of the building accomplishes that. Barry, Melinda and I can’t wait to see the reaction of our clients when they first come through the doors.”

Senior Vice President and Partner, Melinda Whitlock added, “It was important to us that our clients feel right at home. We believe with all our hearts that what we have built here will accomplish that goal.”

For more information about Whitlock Ellis Wealth Management, visit the website at www.whitlockellis.wbsec.com or call Peachtree City at 770-487-7979 or Fayetteville at 770-461-8188.
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