Remaining empty, the Biális Manor became the property of the locality and possibly by satisfying the heirs, it became the Village Hall. During the two World Wars it housed the military locker rooms. Today, the building functions as a post office and the institution of the common ownership. The local government plans to renovate the building.
The castle which is situated today in Gilău was built in the 15th century. Its castellan is mentioned in a document from 1439. The land was the propriety of the episcopate from Oradea first, and then it belonged to the Transylvanian episcopate. In 1556 the castle became the propriety of the Cabinet.