Sometime much later, as real estate became increasingly more valuable, these back alleys became major streets of their own and the stables/garages were slowly converted into residences.  In 9187, 11 of the buildings, including this one, were declared individual historic landmarks, and the group was added to the National Register two years later. In 2005, the building case converted into a four story townhouse and was both enlarged vertically and horizontally (although none of this is visible from the street). In 2008 it was listed for sale just before the housing market imploded and eventually sold in 2010 for $5,000,000 for only 68% of the initial asking price.