The first branch of Apple Bank opened its doors in Harlem at 1948 Third Avenue (between 125th and 126th Streets) on April 17, 1863. Since its inception in 1863, Apple has continuously developed and evolved to meet the changing financial needs of the communities it serves. With close to $12 billion in assets (as of December 31, 2014), Apple stands today as the second largest state-chartered savings bank in New York and one of the strongest depository institutions in the nation.
With full-service branch locations throughout greater New York, the Bank has continued to expand its branch system to serve the needs of New Yorkers. With each new branch opening, Apple reinforces its commitment to building long-term relationships by offering high-quality, low-cost financial products and services, coupled with professional and responsive customer service . The Bank’s branches provide customers with easy personal access to Apple bankers.
To meet the demands of today’s mobile customer base, Apple has developed delivery systems that serve the needs of today's increasingly busy customer. With automatic teller machine access, online and mobile banking, electronic bill payment and telephone banking services, Apple's customers can conduct their banking anytime and anywhere. At the same time, the Bank has maintained its traditional emphasis on neighborhood branch banking, helping our customers to achieve their financial goals.