Pieces of Dublin adorn the walls of the new FCBank in the Shoppes at River Ridge.

Pieces of Dublin adorn the walls of the new FCBank in the Shoppes at River Ridge.

The bank, which moved from an office on Perimeter Drive to 4545 W. Dublin-Granville Road, opened last month with a mural of Dublin photos hanging in the lobby.

"We're a division of CNB Bank out of Pennsylvania and it's been a model to represent the community where they open branches," said President Andy Dale. "We thought the best way to do that is with photos."

The bank got some photos from Dublin and was put in contact with photographers Jeff Sagar, Kar Shepard and William Moritz for other pictures.

"We want folks coming here to know we're supporting the city of Dublin," Dale said. "That's what we do with every community we go into."

Photos from well-known Dublin sites such as the Leatherlips head in Scioto Park, the Columbus Zoo and scenes from the Dublin Irish Festival are on the wall and a large photo of the Bridge Street bridge adorns the back wall.

According to Dale, FCBank made the move to the Shoppes at River Ridge for better space.

"It was general office space with cubicles," he said of the office on Perimeter Drive. "It didn't really represent us.

"We want to welcome clients and guests into a comfortable business environment," Dale said.

The FCBank is primarily a loan production office, but Dale said other full-service banking needs can be met there as well.

Four commercial services bankers and two private bankers work at the location.

The Shoppes at River Ridge were less than full when FCBank originally scouted the location about 10 months ago, Dale said he's happy to see other businesses opening such as a Coldwell Banker King Thompson office, Haring Pediatric Dental and Rivers Edge Pediatrics.

"It's coming along nicely," Dale said of the Shoppes at River Ridge. "When we first looked at the site eight or 10 months ago we thought we were taking a gamble."

"But with all the activity here and everything the city is going to do, we're happy to be involved."