NewGround breaks ground on Union Square Mortgage Center

New facility to be complete by November 2021

CHESTERFIELD, MO (February 17, 2021)

NewGround, a St. Louis-based innovative architecture, design, and project management firm, recently broke ground on Union Square’s new mortgage center in Wichita Falls, Texas.

Adjacent to their branch at Parker Square that NewGround completed in 2014, the new 9,538 square foot facility complements the neighboring facility’s design. The design will house Union Square’s expanding mortgage services and community room. The interior design aesthetic by the NewGround team coupled with the elegant exterior will add a standout showpiece to the community.

“Working with the Union Square team over the last couple of years has been a truly first-class collaboration for us,” said Zach Gordon, Project Executive at NewGround. “From the loyal and dedicated service to their members to the innovation they aim to bring to their members’ experience, Union Square never ceases to amaze. It will be even more so with the new Mortgage Center.”

NewGround will provide architectural, structural, MEP, interior design, and furniture selection services for the Union Square Mortgage Center, with construction anticipated to be complete by November 2021.

“We are proud to partner once again with Union Square to design their new mortgage center, and we can’t wait to see the finished product,” said Kevin Blair, President and CEO at NewGround.

NewGround is also in the process of completing Union Square’s headquarters’ exterior renovation, soon anticipated to be complete in March 2021.

Union Square Mortgage Center Exterior

About NewGround

NewGround is the industry leader in planning, designing, and building branded spaces for financial institutions, organizations, and retailers. With over 100 years of experience, we deliver dynamic, customized solutions for clients across North America, with a regional presence from coast to coast. For more information, visit NewGround at


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