Alain Pinel has opened its new and expanded Pleasanton offices on Main Street
Don Faught, Vice President and Managing Broker of Alain Pinel, Pleasanton
2013 PRESIDENT CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®
(LICENSE #: 00971395)
Pleasanton / Livermore Valley Office
900 Main Street Suite 101
Pleasanton, CA 94566 USA
Languages Spoken: English
Paul L. Hulme
President, Founder & CEO
Mr. Paul L. Hulme is founder, President, and CEO of Alain Pinel Realtors, the fifth largest residential real estate firm in the United States and the largest privately-owned residential real estate company in California based on its closed sales volume.
y Tony Lucadamo
March 12, 1999
Mt. Diable National Bank is constructing a new office and retail building in downtown Pleasanton. The two-story, 16,000-square-foot project, located at the intersection of Main St. and Stanley Blvd., is designed by Peter Shutts, AIA and will house the Pleasanton branch of the Mt. Diablo National Bank as well as 11,000 square feet of offices. The general contractor is Tioga Construction of Walnut Creek. Mt. Diablo hopes that work will be completed by the end of the year. The Danville-based bank also plans to open new branches in Tassajara/Blackhawk, Livermore, and Walnut Creek in the near future.
By: Anthony Lucadamo (3/12/1999)
LEASANTON, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 24, 2000
Mt. Diablo National Bank's (OTC:DBLB) newly constructed Pleasanton regional office, located at 900 Main Street, opened Jan. 18.
The 16,000-square-foot, two-story building, which houses the new regional office, has a unique design that complements the existing architecture of downtown Pleasanton, said John J. Hounslow, chairman of the board of Mt. Diablo Bancshares, holding company for Mt. Diablo National Bank. Its location at the corner of Main Street and Stanley Boulevard marks the northern entrance into the downtown area.
The bank occupies approximately 6,000 square feet of the first floor of the new building. The rest is being leased as office space for local businesses.
&uot;Were very pleased to have the new space,&uot; said Cathy Raty, vice president and office manager. &uot;We have experienced significant growth, reaching more than 2,000 customers and $50 million in deposits in the first two years we have been open.&uot; The bank celebrated its second anniversary in Pleasanton last Oct. 15.
Architect for the new Pleasanton regional office was Peter G. Shutts, AIA, of Pleasanton, and general contractor was Tioga Construction of Walnut Creek.
In addition to the Pleasanton office, Mt. Diablo National Bank has offices in Lafayette and the Blackhawk area of Danville. The bank maintains its headquarters in its downtown Danville regional office. The banks strategy is to provide quality financial services to middle-market businesses, real estate construction and development companies, individuals, executives and professionals located in the communities it serves.
The bank recently announced plans to merge with Greater Bay Bancorp (Nasdaq:GBBK) in order to offer a wider variety of products and services and higher loan limits.