Woodrow Hall (formerly the Woodlawn Masonic Temple) is a 21,000 square-foot, three-story event center and office building located at 5500 1st Avenue North in downtown Woodlawn. The building was built in 1914 for the Woodlawn Fraternal Lodge No. 525. The lodge vacated the building in 2004.
The building was purchased in 2007 by Community Property Development LLC, a partnership of Andrew Morrow, Jamie Cawood and Andrew Capstickdale. They invested $400,000 in renovating it for event and office space and renamed it "Woodrow Hall". The main reception room is 2,000 square feet and has hosted events for nearly 200 people. Offices in the building are occupied by the Ann Day Lawrence law firm, Box, an architecture firm, and Desert Island Supply, a non-profit tutoring service.
- 1st Avenue North
- 5500: Desert Island Supply Co. (2012-), former location of Bains Drug Co. (1916-1923), Jack's Pharmacy (1938), Woodlawn Pharmacy (1946), Hudson's Drugs (1953–1960), American Furniture Inc. annex (1970), Faye's Creations florist / Greater Hope Ministries (2000)
- 5502: Red Mountain Makers (2013-), former location of First National Bank of Birmingham (1938), Slaughter Furniture & Appliance Co. / Lewis Slaughter real estate (1946), Trucks Clinic (Frank Trucks 1953–1960), Trucks, Burroughs & Angelich physicians (1970), Anthony Cibulski cardiologist (2000)
- 5504: former location of Woodlawn Post Office (1938) U.S. Post Office Woodlawn Station (1946–1953), Crown Construction Co. (1960)
- 5504½: entrance
- Woodlawn Commandery No. 31, Knights Templar (1953–1970)
- Woodlawn Chapter No. 110, Order of the Eastern Star (1953–1970)
- Woodlawn Chapter No. 146, Royal Arch Masons (1953–1970)
- Woodlawn Council No. 71, Royal & Select Masters (1953–1970)
- Woodlawn Lodge No. 525, Free & Accepted Masons (1953–1970)
- Woodlawn Temple Lodge No. 790, Free & Accepted Masons (1953–1970)
- Grand York Rite of Alabama (2000)
- Polk's Birmingham City Directory (1953) R. L. Polk & Co.
- Polk's Birmingham (Jefferson County, Ala.) City Directory (1970) Richmond, Virginia: R. L. Polk & Co.
- Williams, Roy L. (December 31, 2009) "Developers transform Masonic Temple in Woodlawn into an events hosting facility." The Birmingham News