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Former Borkowski townhouse was built according to the project designed by a constructor Emmanuel Gall in 1873–1874. It stood out among other Lviv townhouses of the late 19th c. due to its spacious apartment suites meant for elite residents. The trihedral façade and a complicated layout resulted from the need to adapt to a polygonal parcel. It is an example of Lviv Neo-Renaissance architecture of the 1870s. Presently, it functions as an apartment house with commercial premises on the first floor.