Help students learn about the Mason’s Lodge

To gather information they’re asking the community to take a quick Community Survey – Historic Masons’ Hall.

Will Sanford along with other students in VCU’s Urban and Regional Planning program is taking a course focused on Adaptive Reuse of Building. As part of that work they are creating a rehabilitation plan that can be implemented by the Free Masons who meet at the Historic Richmond Randolph No. 19 Lodge (1807 E. Franklin Street).

They’d like to learn more about the community’s view and knowledge of the building. To gather information they’re asking the community to take a quick Community Survey – Historic Masons’ Hall.

The plan is to use this information to better focus their efforts, but also gauge Masons’ Hall’s place within the Shockoe Bottom and Church Hill communities.

Image: Richmond Randolf No. 19

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