William Penn Bank announced plans to relocate the Bank’s administrative headquarters to the Canal Works in historic Bristol Borough, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.  The Canal Works is a beautifully renovated 19th century mill building at the corner of Canal Street and Beaver Street, and houses one of the most unique office environments in Bucks County.

“We are delighted to join this vibrant business community in such a magnificent and historic facility, which will bridge the gap between our Bucks County and South Jersey markets perfectly,” said Kenneth J. Stephon, the Bank’s President and CEO.  “Both William Penn Bank and the Canal Works trace their history back to the 19th century.  In addition, the Canal Works’ energetic atmosphere exudes a distinctive vibe that is in harmony with our Bank’s desire to stand out in the crowd.  Matching William Penn Bank with the Canal Works was an easy decision and a wonderful opportunity.”

Canal Works is one of several refurbishment projects in the area by Bernard Mazzocchi Development.  Mr. Mazzocchi is renowned for transforming old historical sites into vibrant business facilities with a unique flair, and the Canal Works site is perhaps his most splendid renovation project to date.

The Bank’s anticipated move in date is September 1, 2019.


William Penn Bank is a subsidiary of William Penn Bancorp, Inc. (the “Company”) (OTC Pink: WMPN).  The Bank serves Bucks County, Pennsylvania through its full-service branch offices located in Levittown, Morrisville, and Richboro, and also serves Burlington and Camden Counties in New Jersey through full-service branch offices located in Audubon, Mount Laurel, and Pine Hill.  The Company’s executive offices are located at 1309 S. Woodbourne Road, Levittown, Pennsylvania 19057.  William Penn Bank’s deposits are insured up to the legal maximum (generally $250,000 per depositor) by the FDIC. The primary federal regulator for William Penn Bank is the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).

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