The seeds of Broadstreet Bank were planted during the tough economic times of the early 1930s. In 1934, Mineola Federal Savings and Loan opened with assets of $4,057.17. During the first year, 17 loans were made, with the largest being $1,780 and a recorded income of $26.05.
The original purpose of the bank was to provide safe deposit investments and home loans. We still maintain that philosophy today. We re-named ourselves Mineola Community Bank to reflect our intense community commitments.
Though we’re now Broadstreet Bank, our commitment to that original philosophy is as strong as ever.
Broadstreet Bank would like to thank its many employees and customers for their support since 1934.
We look forward to many more years of providing genuine service to our communities, and we’re excited for you to join us on this journey.
When you’re ready to start taking strides toward achieving your financial goals, Broadstreet Bank is here.