The building of The Former Bank of Lublin Industrialists at 56 Krakowskie Przedmieście Street, currently IBB Grand Hotel Lublinianka, was erected according to the design by Gustaw Landau-Gutenteger, on the initiative of the Lublin industrialists. The building was finished in 1900, in a record time of 17 months.
Situated on the corner of Krakowskie Przedmieście and Kołłątaja Street, the majestically looking eclectic edifice has two representative façades crowned with a cupola with a lantern and a wound-up clock.
The Bank of Lublin Industrialists offered affordable loans for the development of local entrepreneurship. During World War II the building was claimed by the Nazi occupants who established the German House there. In 1951 the State Treasury designated the building for a hotel. In the years 2001-2002 the building was thoroughly renovated, but retained its original style features and now serves as an elegant four-star hotel.