Historic Souderton building new home for Everence offices
Move took place in August
Renovation work on the former Markey Paper building in Souderton is nearing completion and has become the new home of Everence Financial®.
The Penn Ave. Structure built in 1910 was originally used as a clothing manufacturing company and has also been home to a photography studio and warehouse facility.
The renovation project reflects a broad transition in the Souderton area from manufacturing and warehousing to professional services.
“This renovation project represents our long-term commitment to its members and the entire Souderton community,” said Randy Delp, Managing Director in Souderton.
“We look forward to having a welcoming, inviting space for our clients and our team members. It’s an extra bonus that we can be a part of downtown Souderton’s revitalization.”
In addition to historic value, environmental impact was a strong consideration in deciding to renovate an existing structure instead of building a new facility.
It was also a priority to maintain the building’s character, while still updating it with the technology and conveniences to best serve members.
The move, which took place in late August, relocates a growing team of 15 staff members who serve individuals, churches, and organizations throughout the greater Indian Valley.
For more information and updates about the office, visit everence.com/souderton.