Visions Federal Credit Union appears to be moving forward with a project to build a walk-up branch office on Main Street in Johnson City.

Gorick Construction crews on Wednesday demolished a structure that had been used as medical and dental offices.

The Endicott-based credit union acquired the property for about $360,000 in March 2020.

Visions presented plans to the Johnson City planning board last February indicating the credit union wanted to build a small office at the location.

Debris at a demolition site at Main and Arch streets on November 17, 2021. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

The proposal called for a 60-foot by 25-foot building with no on-site parking. A municipal parking lot is located across the street from the site. The small office would not provide drive-up services.

Johnson City Mayor Greg Deemie said he viewed Visions plans for the site at Main and Arch streets as "positive."

The credit union now has a branch office about one mile to the east of the location where the new building is planned.

Visions representatives could not be reached on Thursday to discuss the project.

Doctors and dentists worked in the building at 301 Main Street for decades. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)
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