Built in the 19th century Mardin Architecture, this building was built as an extension of the house of the Mardinite Armenian Merchant Salleme Family. It was built as a warehouse passage where the products were stored and loaded to camels. Later, the Dabbakoglu Family, which was engaged in leatherworking, bought the building, and the use of traditional production and commercial warehouses such as dabbaklik (leather processing) and shoemaking continued until the 1940s. The building, which was also used as a military cafeteria for a period, was converted into a residence after 1970. In 2020, it was restored as an art gallery.