Columbian Lodge No. 7 F&AM, 1902, Columbus

Also known as the Flowers Building, for a later tenant, this Chicago-style landmark was designed by architect T. Frith Lockwood to house the local Masons. The floors not used for the lodge were rented as office and retail space. It’s now used as a residential space. (Lockwood’s son, T. F., Jr., was also a prominent Georgia architect).

Columbus Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

1 thought on “Columbian Lodge No. 7 F&AM, 1902, Columbus

  1. Robin H. Harrell

    I once had an art studio in this building, in the 80’s a few other friends rented places there as well, it holds special memories, glad it has been renovated.

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