The building was erected in the seventeenth century for the family of the same name, which was of Corsican origin and that had important positions at the grand ducal court. In fact, a bust of Cosimo II, was mounted on the portal architrave, which is still visible today.
Externally it has a very simple structure. On the ground floor the portal with the broken tympanum is flanked by two openings for shops or warehouses. The upper floors have regular rows of architraved windows on string courses. On the first floor they have sills and jutting lintels, while on the upper floors they are simpler, with frames in saracen stone.