This Classical Greek Revival building was constructed in 1922, involving the architect Carl Schmidt. Unique features include a color, leaded, glass dome over the second floor auditorium, which spans 59′ in diameter at the base. It is the second largest dome of its type in the state, surpassed only by the State Capital dome in Madison. The second owners of the building remain the current owners, which was acquired in 1985. Originally, the building was used by the Third Church of Christian Science.
Visitors will see the quality of construction, which today would be cost prohibitive to duplicate. Duplication has been estimated to be in the neighborhood of ten million dollars to substitute an edifice that would be of the same size, but not necessarily of the same quality.