The Lehigh Valley Trust Building was constructed in 1911 as the headquarters for The Lehigh Valley Trust Company. In 2004, the Jaindl family purchased the building to restore the property to its original grandeur.
The building, constructed with luxurious gilded age architecture, boasts marble fluted pillars, antique Hess’s chandeliers, and colossal stainless steel vaults. Perhaps one of the most impressive features of the building is the 900 square foot stained-glass ceiling constructed with intrinsic period persona. In the basement of Vault 634 hides a vogue Speakeasy Bar that has a vivacious beau monde appeal, yet gives a discrete society allure common in the 19th Century Prohibition era.
Vault 634 is a timeless space that suggests a prestigious historical experience with exceptional modern amenities. Celebrate with Vault 634.