In the 1910's, the building occupied a prominent place among the city's office buildings. Almost immediately after the erection it hosted, created in 1906, the 1st Katerynoslav Society of Mutual Credit. For a long time here worked: representation of the World Electric Company, technical office Ya.I. Berman, representative office of the "Explorer" company.Instead, information about tenants is practically absent.
In the beginning of 1913 the house was transferred to Yevsey Henkin's property.
In the 1920's and 1930's, the house continues to be used as an office. In the early 1920's there were representative offices of Elektrotrust and Ukrtekstiltrest. In the middle of the 1920's, the "House of Education" was housed for a while. In the second half of the 1920's and 1930's, the local "Ukrautropomtorg" office and the first intercity bus with flights to Novomoskovsk, Pavlograd and Zaporizhzhia operated here.
In 1943 the building was destroyed. The project for the restoration of the building was developed in 1948 by the architect MB Shneerson for the administrative-residential building of the Design Institute of the Diopromis. Restoration work was completed in 1949. During the restoration, they refused to rebuild the attic floor, although, in general, the main facade was preserved.
In the 1950s - 1960s, the regional library collector worked at the house.Subsequently, his premises were occupied by the local control of Intourist.