Henryk Grohman built upon his father"s legacy and enlarged the plant, which became a modern textile factory. Henryk studied in Great Britain and Switzerland. Henryk Grohman built a villa in 1892, designed by Hilary Majewski, which became a centre of culture for Łódź.
Music concerts took place in the villa, while artists such as writer Henryk Sienkiewicz and composer Ignacy Paderewski were hosted there.
Grohman was an avid art collector, and items in his possession included a 1734 Guarneri violin and the Lauterbach Stradivarius, which he often played himself. His entire estate was bequeathed to the Polish state.