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Historic Princeton Masonic Temple to Transform to Mixed-Income Housing

A former Masonic lodge will be adapted into a ten-unit mixed-income residential building, adding sustainably designed rental units to the town, including two earmarked for affordable housing, while preserving the neighborhood’s architectural legacy. 

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Project: 30 MacLean Masonic Lodge

Location: Princeton, N.J.

Architect: Joshua Zinder Architecture + Design

Client: Princeton Maclean, LLC

 

A former Masonic lodge will be adapted into a ten-unit mixed-income residential building, adding sustainably designed rental units to the town, including two earmarked for affordable housing, while preserving the neighborhood’s architectural legacy. 

The 7,600-square-foot adaptive reuse project will seek LEED Gold certification. In addition to converting the interior space into apartments, JZA+D will restore the exterior of the building in order to maintain and preserve its original character.

November/December 2019

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