Vul. Kotlyarevskoho, 15 – residential building
A residential apartment building (1912-1913; architects I. Kendzerski and A. Opolski). This corner four-story stone building is separated from the street with a small garden in front of its façade. The building is distinguished by an impressive roof silhouette (in particular, with a high corner construction in the shape of a helmet) and a trapeze-shaped pediment. It has a V-shaped plan with diagonal location of the staircase. The inner floor plan is of a section type. This is an example of early twentieth-century Neoclassicism with modernist influences, demonstrating the adherence to the German architectural school.