Merchants Bank helped finance many business projects throughout Northampton County. Below are some photo highlights of some of the businesses we served.
We provided funding for the construction of three two unit apartment buildings on the South Side of Easton (122-124 W. Nesquehoning St.)
Merchants Bank partnered with the Housing Authority of the City of Easton to finance and construct 5 new residential buildings consisting of 10 rental units on East St. Joseph Street on Easton’s south side. The site was previously a partially vacant lot that contained a cement block industrial building in ill repair.
In Easton we also helped finance Daddy’s Place, a Mediterranean eatery and beer distributor in the West Ward. Daddy’s is home to what was formerly Northampton Glass.
Merchants Bank understands the importance of preserving the historical appeal of a community. That's why we assisted in funding the complete rehabilition and rebuilding of a 19th century Brownstone in the historic district of Easton. Buildings from this time period date as far back as 1752.
We financed this commercial construction project at 708 Main Street in Hellertown. The site was formerly an auto repair shop but now houses several thousand square feet of office space.
Belvidere, New Jersey
Merchants Bank financed the construction of this building located on Route 519 in Belvidere, New Jersey. Our customer is the proud owner of the building as well the restaurant Pizza Mia, one of the businesses inside the facility.
Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania
Merchants Bank provided funding for a substantial amount of the Greater Valley YMCA Slate Belt expansion. The expansion project is a $6 million addition to include a six-lane Olympic-size swimming pool and gymnasium with a high school regulation-size basketball court.