Odd FELLOWS TEMPLE
105 EAST 106TH STREET
Designed by Hugo Taussig in the Romanesque Revival style, the Indiana limestone, brick, and terra cotta structure is 11 stories high, measures 100’ x 100’, and originally contained an auditorium, bowling alleys, dining rooms, club rooms, and 15 lodge rooms. Check out the full story on Odd Fellows Temple above!
This month we are celebrating neighborhood sites that have played a central role in Harlem's LGBT+ history. We are bringing you some histories of queer spaces with the help of the NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project. This groundbreaking project has helped map hundreds of important queer historic spaces in New York.
This month we are celebrating important landmarks and preservation work in East Harlem. But already, 2021 has been chock-full of preservation news! We're bringing you the highlights and sharing all the details about current preservation action alerts and demolition threats to our neighborhood treasures.