The units are in a building with four floors above ground, separated by mezzanine floors which make it taller, a ground floor and a basement, to be used as offices and shops. The main façade, decorated in the purist style, has simple false clews at the base with frames which mark the division between the upper two floors where there are two rows of rectangular windows decorated by sills and mouldings. The façade on the Corso is composed of three styles, the first is in fake marble. Inside there are two courtyards which link the internal building units. They present a average finish with floors of cotto tiles, ceramic cladding, internal doors and wooden window fixtures with double glazing, white plastered or wooden walls and ceilings. All the units, currently used as offices, were originally built as residences, evident by both the distribution of the spaces and the plans. The residential units, property of the University of Bologna “Alma Mater Studiorum”, are available.