Although the twin steeples that crown this office building suggest a temple, it was actually named for the London landmark that houses two of the Inns of Court, which was itself named for its site replacing the headquarters of the medieval Templars. Inside, awaiting restoration, is an atrium that soars through nine stories to the roof, with delicate cast-iron balustrades. The building extends to the corner of Theater Alley, which in the first half of the eighteenth century was the site of the city’s first major showplace.
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