Masonic Lodge - High & E. New England

Updated development plans have been approved by the Architectural Review Board to convert the historic Masonic Lodge building at 634 High Street into condominiums, while retaining a portion of the building for a Masonic Lodge Museum and offices. The project was revised from six residential units to three residential units. It also includes two town homes to be located on East New England directly behind the Lodge and Dewey's Pizza. The property to the east of the East New England access drive did not change from the original development plan.
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For more information view the May 12, 2016 - Presentation of Updated Development Plan by Showe Worthington.


The project was initially presented and discussed beginning in September 2014. City Council approved a rezoning to Planned Unit Development (PUD) in January 2015. MPC/ARB subsequently approved final development plans in March 2015.
February 26, 2015 - Presentation by Showe Worthington
March 4, 2015 - Final Development Plan
Summary Presentation of Planned Project