At the beginning of 1922 the Family Fuster-Fabra sold all the property to the Ynvern family. They were, tenants at the fourth floor. On the main floor, the furniture and furniture store Francesc Vidal was no longer opened, and the space was divided into 7 different shops, among them: A drugstore branch Dalmau Oliveras, where it is believed to be there Work on the renowned painter Joan Miró, the Valencian Orthodontist, the Glöbel brewery, the Campanelli pellets and a frequent hairdressing salon for men.
In the summer of 1933, the well-known Viennese Coffee was inaugurated on the main floor. The tenant was a German man. He also stayed in the basement, where he opened a dance hall: El Danubi Blau. With the Civil War, the regime remained the property and became the Casa del Socorro. They maintained both businesses with the difference that the orchestra was military and the dance hall was called El Danúbio Azul.
It was at the end of the 30’s that the well-known poet and playwright Salvador Espriu rented one of the apartments on the fourth floor of the building. He lived for 30 years. In 1960 the electrical company Enher bought the property. Salvador Espriu is the last tenant to leave the building.