In 2004, Empire State Bank opened up as a full service, community-orientated bank that truly takes your business personally. We provide a full range of business deposit and lending products in addition to consumer deposit products that are tailored to meet each customer’s specific financial needs. We strive to help our customers reach their financial goals and dreams through personalized banking services, innovative financial products, and competitive rates. Empire State Bank’s mission is to provide their customers with tailored products and services to meet the specific financial needs of its customers in the Hudson Valley, New York Metro Area, and beyond.
In 2004, Empire State Bank opened for business with the mission to help its customers reach their financial goals and dreams. Empire State Bank set out to offer a full line of checking, deposit and business financing products. Our banking professionals provide in-depth knowledge and experience with a personal touch all aimed at helping your business succeed and prosper. When small businesses succeed our communities succeed. We offer a full complement of business financing from business loans, to SBA Financing and Commercial Real Estate Loans. Whether you are looking to finance a new project or just looking to open an account, Empire State Bank offers a banking solution for you.
The bank has established a trend for steady growth since opening for business. Empire State Bank anticipates continuing this momentum into the future as it continues its extensive community involvement aimed at consumers and businesses throughout the regions it serves. For more information about Empire State Bank you can visit, www.esbna.com, or to learn about business financing call 1-877-413-6557.
NYC Ferry Operated by Hornblower provides New Yorkers a dependable way to commute and connect in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx along the East River. Our state-of-the-art vessels offer comfortable conveniences including charging stations, Wi-Fi and concessions – and we’re the same price as a subway ride!
For more information about the NYC Ferry you can visit, https://www.ferry.nyc/.