This Noble Hall
The Kenilworth Assembly Hall was built in 1907 by George W. Maher, famed Chicago architect and contemporary of Frank Lloyd Wright. It’s listed in the National Register of Historic Places and has served as a beautiful community house since its construction. Nestled in the beautiful North Shore suburb of Kenilworth, it is easily accessible from downtown Chicago and just blocks from Lake Michigan.
Take a moment and read more about the fascinating history of the Kenilworth Assembly Hall.