Posted by: wadahp | April 7, 2010

HISTORIC SEATTLE ANNOUNCES PRESERVATION AWARDS

May is National Historic Preservation Month and Historic Seattle is hosting a very special event to acknowledge and celebrate the continuing use and good stewardship of our local cultural and architectural landmarks.

Historic Seattle Second Annual Preservation Awards Ceremony

What:   Reception and Awards Honors with speaker Yale Lewis
Where:  Women’s University Club
  1105 Sixth Avenue at Spring Street
When:  Tuesday, May 11, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm; program at 6:30 pm
Register:  $50 Historic Seattle members; $60 General Public; $25 students; includes appetizers, desserts, and wine/beer
Register here or call (206) 622-6952

 

We are pleased to announce our 2010 Award Winners:

Best Rehabilitation                                                                                        
Furuya and Corgiat Buildings                                                                    
Joshua Green Building
 
Exemplary Stewardship
Women’s University Club
 
 
Preserving Neighborhood Character                                                     
William Tell Building       
 
 
Illuminating History
Paramount Theatre Sign
5th Avenue Theatre Sign
Excellence in Preservation Planning
Downtown Historic Resources Survey and Inventory
 

In 2009, Historic Seattle celebrated its 35th Anniversary year, by introducing an awards ceremony that acknowledged community excellence in preserving and protecting built heritage. We continue that tradition with an awards event during Historic Preservation month in the elegant surroundings of the Women’s University Club, a 1921 clubhouse designed by A.H. Albertson and Édouard Frère Champney and designated a Seattle City Landmark in 2008. Enjoy appetizers in the beautiful main lounge and the recently refurbished ballroom with old and new friends and colleagues who share a passion for preservation and applaud our award winners in the beautiful ballroom.

Register here or call (206) 622-6952.

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