One of the largest buildings constructed in Richmond immediately after the Civil War, St. Alban's Hall has a rare public presence. It was intended as a Masonic temple and became a focus of Richmond's social life for several decades. The three-story, tripartiate Italianate building, of brick covered by stucco, has elongated windows that diminish in size from the first floor to the third. The second-floor windows, as appropriate for the piano nobile, are more ornate than those on the third, and the central bay is crowned by a pediment. The building was converted in 1982 for office use.
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