Please join APT WGLC Members for an Interior Tour of the Evanston Masonic Temple
The Evanston Masonic Temple is a City of Evanston Landmark designed by Holabird and Roche and constructed in 1926. In addition to being a local landmark, the building has been determined eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. After recently being vacant, the building is currently being redeveloped for adaptive reuse as an apartment building. Although the historic façade will remain with minimal changes the interiors, which have been largely unchanged since 1926, will be modified to accommodate the new use. Attendees will get a rare opportunity to see the historic interior spaces and hear about the upcoming adaptive reuse project. This program will provide 1 AIA CEU pending approval. Street and nearby lot parking is available.
Registration is limited to 15 participants. If you register and later learn you can not attend please login to your APT WGLC account to cancel.