The six-story building with a basement has a complex plan configuration with an inner courtyard. The first floor was used for placing shops, while the others were designated for residential apartments. The building had three entrance groups from Poltavsky Shlyakh and Dmitrievskaya streets, and three “black” entrances from the inner courtyard side. The desire to maximize the use of the land area led to the addition of annexes on the courtyard facade.
Access to the courtyard is provided from Dmitrievskaya Street through a narrow passage cut through the first floor.
Facade walls facing adjacent plots are solid, without window openings, serving as fire barriers, with adjacent buildings closely attached.
The building volume includes a passable attic and basement spaces, replicating the configuration of the first floor. At the time of the survey, interfloor connections in the reconstructed building are made through three staircases. Entrances to the basement are absent (filled with bricks or filled with debris). Connection to the basement is only through two hatches in the floor above the basement. Access to the attic floor is provided by a temporary metal staircase.
Structurally, the building is frameless, with longitudinal load-bearing walls.
In the northern and western parts of the reconstructed residential building, there are plans to accommodate 14 residential apartments, five non-food stores, and office spaces.
In the basement, an engineering unit is planned with the installation of a water meter, heat meter, etc.
The basement is divided into fire compartments by brick partitions with two evacuation exits for each compartment, leading directly outside. Two stores are planned in the basement. Entrances to the basement are designed separately, isolated from entrances to the residential and office parts.
The layout of the first floor includes the creation of a residential entrance with its staircase to the sixth floor from Dmitrievskaya Street, one entrance to the staircase leading to the office part from Poltavsky Shlyakh.
On the first floor, there are three non-food stores with their utility rooms.
From Poltavsky Shlyakh, the stores are designed as two-level with separate entrances and staircases.
In the western part of the planned building, apartments are designed from the second to the sixth floor. Two three-room apartments and one one-room apartment are grouped around the staircase.
One-room apartments are designed with a hallway, kitchen, combined bathroom, and living room. Three-room apartments are designed with a hallway, kitchen, separate toilet and bathroom, and three living rooms. Balconies with glazing according to fire safety requirements are provided in the apartments on the sixth floor.
In the northern part of the building, from the third to the sixth floor, office spaces are planned, connected by a corridor with exits to two evacuation staircases.