Near the construction site until the seventies of the 20th century, there was a house with three arches on the ground floor where there were shops and crafts shops. The first floor was inhabited. It had a hipped roof. It was built in a specific style of local architecture, which included a happy combination of inherited architecture and architecture from the Ottoman Empire era. Docks with rectangular windows and arched openings on the ground floor represented the specific vocabulary of the ruined house. The newly designed building is a tribute to an uncritically demolished house that had all the attributes to be protected as a cultural monument.