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This historic building built in 1924, also known as the Scottish Rite Building, overlooks the Miami River and Lummus Park. Rising three stories tall with four Doric columns on the Third Street side, it is beautifully embellished and the Zigurrat shaped mass of the roof capped by a cupola is quite striking when viewed from the river. A broad flight of steps leads up to a portico with four large columns riding majestically to the top of the building, through which the main entrance opens into a spacious foyer, comfortably furnished as a lounge.
The auditorium, in addition to the main floor, has two main balconies and two smaller balconies over the side corridors, with a combined seating capacity of 1,000 people. The newly renovated main dining room can seat up to 400 people.