Built by the Corfiot architect I. Chronis. Its neoclassical style facade with the Tuscan-Doric porch recalls the facades of the wings of the Commissioner’s Palace. The unification of the Ionian Islands with Greece was decided by vote in this building. After unification, the building was donated to the British community and turned into an Anglican Church. It suffered major damage in 1943 and was restored in 1960, with several alterations. One section of the building still houses the Anglican Church, while the rest is used by the Municipality of Corfu for various events.