About The Bank – Building History


The Bank building was built in 1911 and originally functioned as the Miner’s Bank Building.


Its iconic design is the work of world renowned architect Daniel Hudson Burnham, most famous for his design of the Flatiron building in New York City, and Union Station in Washington D.C.

Located in a central business district, the luxurious Bank building is a main attraction for its beauty and architectural detail. Built of marble and granite, it stands 14 stories tall making it the tallest building in Wilkes Barre, PA!

The neoclassical style of The Bank radiates history and character. With state-of-the-art amenities and updated floor designs, this building is the perfect marriage of historic charm and modern functionality. With affordable cost of living, and downtown amenities just steps away The Bank is the ideal place to grow your business, establish your home, or both!

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