City Replaces Signage on Former Frost Bank Building
New LED Signs will say ‘City of Corpus Christi’
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – The City of Corpus Christi through prior City Council action is acquiring the former Frost Bank Building on 2402 Leopard Street with all real estate transactions being finalized by June 30. After that time, the building will belong to the City of Corpus Christi. This building houses the City’s Development Services, Fire Department Headquarters, and the Emergency Operations Center.
On November 10, 2020, the City Council approved the agreement to exercise an option to purchase the Frost Bank building and adjacent lots from Frost National Bank based on a 21-year lease-purchase agreement.
The City will replace the current Frost Bank building sign with two City of Corpus Christi LED signs. The five-foot-tall, 51 feet wide signs are visible from both directions on IH-37.
Frost Bank will continue to provide all lobby and drive thru banking services it currently offers at this location.