Sibiu's historical and architectural heritage

 

No. 43, Nicolae Bălcescu Street

No. 43, Nicolae Bălcescu Street

16th century, 18th century, 1927

Basement, ground floor and two upper floors building. Three-axes facade, in each of the side axe there are two windows. Protruding eaves,ridged roof.

History:

On May 1st 1927 the last two floors are finished and the first owners move in the first three-floor building from Sibiu.
In the 19th century here was the office of the Trade Association Officials settled in 1879, and the buildingds in the back were used by the army as an artillery depot.
The house was owned by the Reissenberger family.
Facing the street, there was Gustav Nussbacher’s factory sausage shop.
During the interwar period, upstairs was opened an electronics shop (radio LUX), and downstairs a candy shop.

Comments

mb@ 30/11/2014, 10:16
Atat in cartea de adrese din acel an cat si in alte reclame din alte ziare din perioada respectiva, magazinul apare la aceasta adresa de pe Balcescu. Magazinul Nussbacher se va muta la nr. 40 in perioada interbelica (anii '20) deci probabil ziarul nu este din 1900
bianca@ 30/11/2014, 0:11
Am gasit o reclama de prin 1900 in calendarul "Amicul poporului" la un magazin (filiala) a fabricii de mezeluri a lui Gustav Nussbacher de pe str. Rosmarinului, actuala Masarilor. Adresa este Balcescu (Cisnadiei de atunci) nr. 40, deci pe partea cealalta a strazii, cam in zona Casei Frida de azi. Chiar daca numerotatia de atunci nu mai corespunde cu cea de azi, e totusi putin probabil sa fi fost doua magazine de mezeluri unul vizavi de celalalt!
mb@ 17/04/2014, 8:44
corect 😉
Rares@ 16/04/2014, 21:44
Cladirea are 3 nu 2 etaje
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