History

Druid Hill Perpetual Building Association was formed in December, 1884;  Govanstown Land, Loan and Building Association was formed in May, 1890.  Midstate Building Association was created from a merger of these two Associations in September, 1940.  Midstate Community Bank is the current successor resulting from a conversion to a State Chartered Savings Bank in June, 2012.  Midstate has continuously operated in Baltimore since its inception.  The Institution’s primary mission has always been to serve the savings and loan needs of the Baltimore city and county areas.  Being one of the oldest and most firmly established institutions in the area, the bank has built a reputation of conservative soundness that has served it well.  Through the years, our Institution has enjoyed a high quality of leadership and personnel and this has helped Midstate maintain a steady growth pattern.   Midstate is a mutually held savings bank with one location at this time.

Midstate moved to its present site of 6810 York Road in November 1979 from its office at 5300 York Road.   This is its fourth location on the York Road corridor.