National State Bank

About The National State Bank:

The National State Bank of Camden, New Jersey, was added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 24, 1990. The bank’s roots trace back to June 16th, 1812, when Camden’s first bank was incorporated. It was known as The State Bank at Camden, and retained that name until June 2nd, 1865, at which time it became The National State Bank of Camden. The bank did business until the late1920s, at the corner of North 2nd and Market Streets, until its merger with the First National State Bank on July 1st, 1922. In 1927, another merger took place, this time with the Camden National Bank. The new, large institution now being known as First Camden National Bank & Trust Company. A contract was awarded in December 1927 for the construction of the new bank building for the First Camden National Bank & Trust Company, to be erected at Broadway and Cooper Street, at a cost of approximately $825,000. On September 15th, 1969, the First Camden National Bank & Trust Company was renamed as South Jersey National Bank. On May 1st, 1972, the bank left Camden and moved to 600 Kings Highway in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. In 1974, this bank was renamed as Heritage Bank National Association. By 1987, it was again renamed as Midlantic National Bank. This bank shut down on September 7th, 1996. In February 2017, the building became home to “City Invincible,” an architecture, urban design and tech start-up firm after extensive renovation.

Contact Information:

Contact Name, Title
Email | phone