In 1998, following an urge for a more aesthetic environment, we moved from Sofokleous street
to our privately-owned neo-classical buildings in the center of Athens, which we proudly restored. 
At Psirri, one of the more picturesque neighborhoods of the greek capital, we reconstructed from the beginning
two traditional houses of exceptional beauty, originally built in the first decade of the twentieth century.
Featuring its ornamented ceilings, the three storey corner building links the ancient with the recent history of Greece,
as it stands out in the historical Koumoundourou square, which has been part of the Athens 2004 reconstruction,
according to the Unification of the Archaeological Sites of Athens program.
Right next to it, the fully ornamented facade of the building at 4 Dipilou street attracts the eye on the street,
that used to be the principal entrance of ancient Athens.