Apple Bank’s story is one of rich history and community, having planted its seed right here in Harlem in 1863 as Harlem Savings Bank on Third Avenue between 125th and 126th streets. The bank's current location is one of the most historic buildings along East 125th Street, as it first opened its doors in 1907.  One of the oldest continuously operating business institutions in Harlem and the second-largest state chartered savings bank in New York State, the bank has more than $12 billion in assets and 79 branches in greater New York. A founding members of NHEMA, a partner in Harlem Week and a member of the Harlem Chamber of Commerce, the bank is known for opening its doors to community groups and sponsoring events such as NHEMA's Big Apple Crunch. The bank's philosophy is that growth and success comes from its commitment to neighborhood branch banking -- putting customers, communities and their best interests first. Vice President Faith Williams and her team invite you to stop by and visit!


124 East 125th Street (b/t Park & Lexington)


Mondays-Thursdays, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Fridays, 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturdays, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.




Looking for the name of a tune you heard on Apple Bank's playlist at the Uptown Grand Central plaza? Click on the links below and groove along at home:

Manhattan by Ella Fitzgerald
I Ain't Got Nothing But The Blues by Ella Fitzgerald
Ten Cents A Dance by Ella Fitzgerald
Someone To Watch Over Me by Ella Fitzgerald
I Got Rhythm by Ella Fitzgerald
They Can't Take That Away From Me by Ella Fitzgerald
S'Wonderful by Ella Fitzgerald
Nice Work If You Can Get It by Ella Fitzgerald
Harlem Air-Shaft by Duke Ellington
Harlem Twist by Duke Ellington
Harlem Speaks by Duke Ellington
I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good by Duke Ellington
It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing) by Duke Ellington
New York City Blues by Duke Ellington
I'm Slapping 7th Avenue (With The Sole of My Shoe) by Duke Ellington
Perdido by Duke Ellington
Drop Me Off In Harlem by Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington
Take The "A" Train by Duke Ellington
Pennies From Heaven by Louis Armstrong
I Got Plenty O' Nuttin' by Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald
On the Sunny Side of the Street by Louis Armstrong
It Ain't Necessarily So by Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald
The Kid From Red Bank by Count Basie
Easy Money by Count Basie
Lullaby of Birdland by Count Basie
Jive At Five by Count Basie
Down For Double by Count Basie
Broadway by Count Basie
Pennies From Heaven by Count Basie
Hey! Ba-Ba-Re-Bop by Lionel Hampton
This Could Be The Start of Something Good by Lionel Hampton
Love For Sale by Lionel Hampton
They Can't Take That Away From Me by Billie Holiday
All Or Nothing At All by Billie Holiday
Pennies From Heaven by Billie Holiday
Stormy Weather by Lena Horne
I Got Rhythm by Lena Horne
Someone to Watch Over Me by Lena Horne
Lullaby of Birdland by Tito Puente
Take Five by Tito Puente