History of the Union Club
The Union Club was a social club which built its Romanesque Revival home on the current Union Club site in 1890. The Great Cyclone of 1896 completely destroyed the first Union Club building which was rebuilt on the site in 1900. The building remained until the 1950’s when it was demolished and an Aldi Grocery store was erected on the site. Gilded Age is building a replica of the original building which will incorporate 39 residential condominiums on three floors above the first floor retail space.
New construction with a sense of history. Designed to replicate the rich architectural history of the surrounding area, the Union Club offers you an ideal residence to author your history while joining the renaissance of historic Lafayette Square.