Uncaded, unlit, unruined
You are standing inside Styles Bank. The vault lies open, its contents either looted or transferred.
You are standing outside Styles Bank, a tall yellow-stone building with boarded-up windows.
This building is an free-running island, and is therefore designated an entry point to be barricaded only to Very Strongly in according with the Kempsterbank Barricade Plan.
Styles bank was founded in 1936, by millionaire Sir Pierre Styles. It was a former dance studio. Pierre invested most of his money turning it into the 'J. Qualp' bank, naming it after his favourite author after being informed that he had 2 months to live. He survived the two months and killed himself after realising his mistakes. The bank's name was later changed to Styles Bank in his honour.
Kempsterbank's two other banks were built 3 and 7 years later, respectively.
Styles' daughter Lucille became the new owner of the Bank. In 1942, she and her brother Reid Styles founded Galloway Park. Lucille was engaged to Alfred Swartz in 1945, but on the night before her wedding she fell out of a 4 story building, and died.
Reid Styles was handed the bank, and passed it down the three of his four children. The name and current whereabouts of the fourth child is unknown. The bank has been in Styles hands from then on.
Its current owner is P. Styles. He is most likely dead.