One of the most famous interwar houses in Alytus is the Zimavičienė masonry. This is the first three-story house in interwar Alytus, built-in 1932. Kostas Zimavičius died in the middle of construction. Adelė Zimavičienė took care of further construction matters. After the work was completed, the house was nicknamed Zimavičienė’s Masonry by the people of Alytus. A year later, the owner rented out the premises of the fully furnished house to shops and associations. The city’s proposal to establish a modern hotel on one floor was rejected. During the Second World War, after the German bombings, the building was accidentally left intact. After the war, it was repaired and has reached our days.