The vault is locked in two turn of the century skyscrapers “New York's original twin towers” at 111-115 Broadway which were completed between 1905 and 1907 by Architect Francis Hatch Kimaball as Gothic twins. We might add at a time when Gothic had not been quite embraced by society. The vault in which the bar and restaurant is located was built by mosler in upstate New York and floated down the Hudson River via barge at which point was transferred to its current position on railroad tracks. “Legend has it that it still rests on the railroad tracks.” The vault is very unique in the fact it has two identical doors weighing 35 tonne each, one door leading into the bar and the other into the restaurant. Formally a secret meeting room for the board of directors. During construction every effort was made to preserve the unique attributes of the space and can be seen through out. Whether you are on business, traveling, or a resident of NYC everyone is sure to be in awe of this true NYC landmark.