This Noble Hall
The Kenilworth Club Assembly Hall, designed by architect George W. Maher, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and has served as Kenilworth’s community house since its construction in 1906-1907.
When The Kenilworth Club and Assembly Hall was built in 1906, it symbolized a better way of living in the century to come. Today, more than 100 years later, a second generation of community leaders is preserving and protecting the vision that gave birth to Kenilworth, and the club that made it legendary.
Take a moment to read about the fascinating history and importance of the Kenilworth Club in the premier issue of “Quintessential New Trier”, the new magazine serving the north shore.