Notable buildings and structures
On the odd side
No. 13 is a residential building built in 1927 in the style of constructivism according to the individual project of the architect M. Ya. Ginzburg and restored in 2015 under the My Street program.
No. 15 – building B, Central State Federal District – the main house of the city estate of Neklyudova (the 1840s, rebuilt in the 20th century).
No. 17 – residential building. Opera artist Maria Deisha-Sionitskaya lived here.
No. 19 – the profitable house of the Smirnovskys (1874).
No. 19A – the residential building of the People’s Commissariat of Railways (1932, 1934-1940, architects L. M. Polyakov, G. I. Voloshinov).
No. 21/13, p. 1, an architectural monument (regional) – a residential building of employees of the State Insurance (1926-1927, M. Ya. Ginzburg, with the participation of V. M. Vladimirov).
No. 23 – tenement house (1913, architect M. E. Priyomyshev).
No. 27/14 – apartment house of E. E. Sokolova (1910, architect B. A. Alberti; built on 5 and 6 floors in the early 1940s).
No. 31/13, an architectural monument (a newly discovered object), is the profitable house of A. D. Sidamon-Eristov (1911, architect V. A. Velichkin; late 1930s). Variety artist N. P. Smirnov-Sokolsky lived here; the house has a memorial plaque (2009).
On the even side
No. 2/7, an architectural monument (regional) – the main house with outbuildings – the profitable house of M. S. Romanov with shops (2nd half of the 18th century – beginning of the 19th century; 1870s – 1890s; civil engineer N. G. Faleev, architects V. P. Zagorsky, N. D. Strukov). The architect and restorer, F. F. Gornostaev, lived in the house.
No. 4, p. 1, an architectural monument (a newly discovered object) – the house of the Society for Assistance to Needy Students of the Imperial Moscow State University (1909, architect K.K. Gippius), currently the Moscow Drama Theater on Malaya Bronnaya.
No. 4, building 2, an architectural monument (regional) – a residential outbuilding with a concert hall “Romanovka” – an apartment building with offices (end of the 18th – beginning of the 19th centuries, the 1880s – 1890s; 1900s; 1- I half of the XX century, architects N. D. Strukov, I. I. Pozdeev.
No. 6/2 – 16-story residential building. Actors Yuri Nikulin and Rostislav Plyatt, director Valentin Pluchek, and pianist Svyatoslav Richter lived here.
No. 10 is the profitable house of V. I. Yakunchikov (1899-1904, architect V. I. Myasnikov).
No. 12 is the profitable house of G. K. Kitinev (1909, architect L. V. Stezhensky). Writer Yuri Davydov and microbiologist G.F. Gauze lived here. Currently – the Moscow Theater of Sports and Entertainment performs “Stuntman.”
No. 16 – residential building. The diplomat O. A. Troyanovsky lived here.
No. 18 – Assay Office (1897, architect N. I. Kakorin, built by architect I. S. Burgardt), now – the Central State Inspectorate for Assay Supervision.
No. 20, p. 1 – Institute of Allergology and Clinical Immunology.
No. 22/15 – tenement house (1913, architect S.K. Vulfson). The façade of the six-story building is lined with smooth tiles. The oval window is framed with embossed stucco molding, and the bay windows at the level of the 4th-5th floors are decorated with bas-reliefs depicting cornucopias.
No. 28/2, building 1 – A. I. Mozzhukhin’s profitable house (1887, architect A. Z. Zakharov).
No. 30/1, an architectural monument (a newly discovered object) – a residential building (1925-1927, architect G. K. Oltrazhevsky).
No. 32, an architectural monument (a newly discovered object) – Veshnyakov’s apartment building (1912, architect I. G. Kondratenko and S. A. Doroshenko).
No. 34 – residential building (1964, architects G. Borisov, T. Volobaeva).
No. 36 – residential building of the worker-construction cooperative partnership “Worker of Lnotorg” (1926, architects I.P. Mashkov, B.M. Velikovsky; built in 1932).
No. 38 – residential building (1965, architects G. Borisov, T. Volobaeva).
No. 42/14 – apartment building (1914, architect A. M. Khomko and N. D. Ivanov; 1970s). The singer Valentina Tolkunova lived here.
No. 44/15 – the Patriarch House (2002, architect S. B. Tkachenko, the author of the lobby design – J. Garcia) – a 12-story building with a turret decorated with sculptural compositions on the upper tiers.
Patriarch Ponds adjoin the street.