The six-storey residential building was erected for the employees of the Social Insurance Company. It is divided into three staircases. Two of them – the west and middle one – between which there are three entrances to the business premises, were located in the same line, while the east one was slightly protruded from the building’s face. Contrary to other entrance recesses, stairs fenced with a wall in the front led to it. They were placed parallel to the front wall and the entrance. It was roofed over with the building’s protruding corner, which is based on a support with a square section.
The entire length of the building’s base course was finished with dark brown tiles with bright joints. The tiles are the elevation’s only dark accent. Ground floor windows were placed over them. They are separated from the next floor with a smoothly finished strip which runs throughout the building’s facade’s width. The floors from two to five in the main part of the building have a line of walled off balconies with metal handrails (with the exception of the leftmost axis of the windows). In the east part, the corner windows were placed on the staircase side.
The architectural projections of the particular staircases differ. All the staircases have lifts, but in the middle one it was located in the clearance between the handrails of the stairs. The stairs in the double staircase were enclosed with solid balustrades. They were finished with black stone and a metal handrail. The floor corset-shaped floor tiles arranged into dark brown and green rhombus patters were the common element of all staircases.
The building was connected to the Social Insurance Company’s building with a gate with a semicircular top. The two buildings have a corresponding style.