Prince Hall Masonic Temple Building

  • Address: 427 S. Blount St., Raleigh, NC 27601
  • Area: Downtown Raleigh

About

Built in 1906, the Masonic Temple has served as a meeting place for Prince Hall Masons, an entertainment venue for African-Americans, as well as an office-building for black professionals for more than a century. The Italianate building’s windows are accented with arched, brick hoodmolds; its first story is defined by a cast-iron bracketed cornice with its main entrance under a cutaway corner supported by a cast-iron column. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is now occupied by several Masonic organizations and small businesses

  • About

    Built in 1906, the Masonic Temple has served as a meeting place for Prince Hall Masons, an entertainment venue for African-Americans, as well as an office-building for black professionals for more than a century. The Italianate building’s windows are accented with arched, brick hoodmolds; its first story is defined by a cast-iron bracketed cornice with its main entrance under a cutaway corner supported by a cast-iron column. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is now occupied by several Masonic organizations and small businesses

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