This three- storey building with a hanging corridor was completed by a fourth floor in 2002. Robert Scholtz’s mural was destroyed in the 60s. Budapest’s first standard gauge tram line ran here. It was the home of Sárkány, Kornél Esti’s friend, originally named Zoltán Somlyó who was also a poet. Another resident of the house was Imre Pekár, mill technologist inventor, and it was also the scene where writers Gyula Pekár and Géza Gárdonyi commited their teenage pranks. It was also the home of the Romanian Prime Minister, many opera singers, actors, architects, even a jeweler con man.