Located on 230 Pine Avenue, the Masonic Lodge originally served as a meeting hall and private club. The building features both masonic iconography and Romanesque influences in its Renaissance Revival & Tudor Revival architectural style. The most notable features of the buildings’ architecture are three steeply pitched gables with tin molding, creating a symmetric appearance and Romanesque look. In the center gable is a masonic symbol that signifies the equality of the trinity. Exposed brickwork throughout the three-story building and roofline decorations also add to the buildings character.
Henry Flecther Starbuck, who is most noted for his church architecture, constructed the Masonic Temple in 1903. It is now the oldest building remaining in downtown Long Beach and Starbucks’ only surviving architectural work. Today, the space is made up of 25,060 square feet of multi-floor retail space.
Located at 230 Pine Avenue, Downtown Long Beach
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