It is located at the intersection of Alta Street and Vinewood Boulevard in Downtown Vinewood, Los Santos, neighboring the iconic Oriental Theater. After the Heists Update, the bank is accessible to the single-player characters, though it can't be robbed. Despite this, single-players can still wander through most of the bank, even areas behind the tellers, without a wanted level or other issue. During the day, customers and tellers are present; at night, the bank is deserted, but can still be explored.
The bank has a distinctive Flow Water advertisement above it, and it is recognizable by the peak on top.
The bank has two entrances, one at the intersection of Vinewood Boulevard and Alta Street, and a second to the east exiting onto Vinewood Boulevard. Just inside both entrances are banks of usable Automated Teller Machines.
The building is based on the First National Bank of Hollywood, located on the corner of Highland Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles. The large Flow Water advertisements on the building's profile could be based on those of the Sunset Vine Tower.
Events of Grand Theft Auto Online
The bank is the main target during the Pacific Standard online heist. After many setup missions that include collecting some hacking equipment, Thermite Bombs and four Lectro bikes, the players raid the Pacific Standard bank, stealing $500,000 to $1,250,000.
Prominent Appearances in Missions
Grand Theft Auto Online
- The Pacific Standard Job
- Every Bullet Counts IV
- Air Freight Cargo Steal Mission
- Robbery in Progress - one of three possible spawn locations of the heist crew.
Grand Theft Auto V
- In Grand Theft Auto V, the player can gain access to the vault by placing a sticky bomb on the door.
- The addition of the bank's interior after the Heists Update marks one of the only occasions in which a newly added location in GTA Online has become available in single player as well. This allows the bank to be one of the few new GTA Online locations to be readily accessible in Director Mode.