In 2016, Schooley Caldwell completed a renovation of the gable-front, Federal style "Masonic Lodge and Museum" in Worthington, Ohio. Built in 1820, it features Flemish bond brickwork accented by a keystone arch in the gable facade, and fine dentil trim that highlights the cornice. An addition, completed in 1956 by Schooley Caldwell, is a sympathetic interpretation of the Federal style of the original 1820 building.
Schooley Caldwell adapted the old Masonic Lodge and Museum into contemporary mixed-use units in the heart of Worthington’s Historic district. The adaptive reuse project was augmented by compatible new garage structures, a new two-unit building and a single-family house (the latter two buildings on adjacent property are not part of the historic parcel).
634 High Street
Worthington, Ohio 43085