In 1938, the construction of a corner apartment building at 902 Mánesova Street was completed. The construction of the apartment house was carried out according to the approval decision between 21 March 1938 and 24 September 1938.
The house was designed by the designer and builder Robert Schmidt, who came from a family of lawyers and landowners in the region of Havlíčkův Brod. Schmidt was a prominent builder in Hradec Králové from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries and participated in the construction of the modern city. His license was cancelled in 1946.
In the surviving plans, the tenement house was designed as a three-story building with a basement and a garden. The house was 16.80m long to Mánesova Street and 12.80m to the park between the tenement houses.
In the basement there was a common drying and laundry room, private storage cubicles, a garage, a coal room, a boiler room and an apartment for the caretaker consisting of a living kitchen, a hall, a pantry, and a bathroom with a toilet. The ground floor consisted of two smaller units and one larger unit. The two smaller apartments contained a hall, a kitchen, pantry, a bathroom with a toilet, one room, and a balcony. The third apartment was two rooms larger but did not have a balcony. On the first floor there was a large apartment and one studio apartment with a hallway, a bathroom, and a toilet. The upper floor apartment had two balconies and bedrooms, a kitchen, a room for food preparation, a hall, a maid’s room, a children’s room, a pantry, a living room, a dining room, a hall, a closet, a bathroom and a toilet. The large apartment had an area of 101.29m2. The second floor of the house consisted of two residential units. The smaller apartment contained two rooms, a balcony, a hallway, a closet, a bathroom, a pantry, a toilet, and a kitchen. The larger apartment contained a hall, a lounge, a kitchen, a food preparation room, a maid’s room, a dressing room, a bedroom, a balcony, a pantry, a living room, a dining room, a bathroom, and a toilet. The third floor had the same layout as the second.
The façade of the house was designed in a purist way; the street exterior is accentuated by a stair bay with a vertical strip window. The house entrance was clad with glazed tiles in a dark green tone. Green tiles also line the window jambs. Additionally, a flagpole was located at the top of the exterior facing the street.
The building was constructed as a brick-lined reinforced concrete frame. The house had a staircase that was anchored into the walls and into the reinforced concrete parts of the house. It was equipped with a sewerage system, which led to the municipal sewer. The house was in use from 1 October 1938.
Marie Jungová’s tenement house is part of the listed the urban conservation area in Hradec Králové.