The Eureka Masonic Lodge is significant for its relationship to the social history of the community and may be eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. The building possesses significance for its association with the social history of the community.
The Masonic Order is an organization that has strong social ties to the community.
Constructed in 1952, the two-story concrete block structure lies at 101 SE 1 Avenue in Dania Beach. The commercial structure is 4 bays by 4 bays and follows an irregular plan. The exterior has a smooth stucco finish with symmetrical, decorative pilasters on each elevation. A double door entrance with a flat hood is centered to the west elevation. Most of the original structure’s fenestration remains intact and includes 6/6 double-hung sash and metal awning windows. The flat roof is protected by built-up materials. A small stairwell provides a secondary entrance that is centered on the north elevation. No major exterior alterations are apparent. The structure retains its architectural integrity and is a well-maintained example of a commercial concrete block structure.
* This property has not been designated as historic by the City of Dania Beach.