Celebrating the year’s best preservation work at World Famous Lexington Market

What better place to celebrate outstanding historic preservation work in Baltimore over the past year than at Lexington Market? We hope you agree and can join us on Thursday, June 15 for our 2017 Preservation Awards Celebration. All the food for our celebration comes from market vendors: Faidley’s Seafood, Mary Mervis, Berger’s and more market favorites.

The evening features this year’s preservation award-winners. The recipients range from people who rehabbed humble rowhouses to those who restored the expansive warehouse spaces such as Open Works and the Lion Brothers Building. We are honoring the public archaeology work of the Herring Run Archeology Project and the inspired writing found on the Baltimore Brick By Brick blog from Details Deconstruction. This work and the people behind it are at the center of what keeps Baltimore’s history and historic places alive. We are pleased to invite you to this event where we thank our award winners for their commitment to Baltimore.

Our celebration will take place on Thursday, June 15, 2016. In addition to catching up on the fantastic award-winning preservation work around Baltimore, we are offering guided tours of the hidden “catacombs” under the west market and the walkway around the top of the east market. The catacombs are normally closed the public, so here is your chance to see this underground space! Find more details on our events calendar or register today.

This year’s celebration is generously supported by our 2017 sponsors: Agora, Delbert Adams Construction Group, FreedomCar, GLB Concrete Construction, Murdoch Architects, PNC, Southway Builders, The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company, and Zeskind’s Hardware and Millwork.

Thank you as well to our co-sponsors: Cho Benn Holback, a Quinn Evans Company, GWWO Architects, Rohrer Studio, SM+P Architects, and Ziger/Snead Architects. And to our supporters: McLain Wiesand, Michael J. Walkley, PA, O’Connell & Associates, and Terra Nova Ventures.

Here are our 2017 preservation award winners:

Project Awards

Restoration and Rehabilitation Awards

1523 Bolton Street
Patricia and Qayum Karzai, David H. Gleason Associates, Unique Resources

Interior photograph of the entry hall at 1523 Bolton Street.

1403 Eutaw Place
Lauren Cartoux

151 North Lakewood Avenue
Patterson Park Development, k.lechleiter architect, Healthy Neighborhoods, C.L. McCoy Framing, Carroll Engineering, KES Engineering, Zeskind’s Hardware and Millwork

1004 to 1026 McDonogh Place
O’Connell and Associates, Mary Ellen Hayward, Zeskind’s Hardware and Millwork

708 Park Avenue
Vassiliki Aloneftis, East End Design Group

Pine Street Police Station, 214 North Pine Street
University of Maryland, Baltimore, Read & Company Architects, J. Vinton Schafer, Standard Restoration & Waterproofing Company

Exterior photograph of Pine Street Station following restoration.

666 Washington Boulevard
William and Elizabeth Mount, O’Connell and Associates

Adaptive Reuse and Compatible Design Awards

1618, 1626, 1628 Bank Street
Poverni Sheikh Group, ATI, Permira Construction, Charles Belfoure Architect

1300 North Calvert Street
Edgemont Builders, Charles Belfoure Architect, Seto Architects, Zeskind’s Hardware and Millwork

106-110 North Eutaw Street
106-110 Eutaw St. LLC, Charles Belfoure Architect, Jones Enterprise, McNeives Plastering, Zeskind’s Hardware and Millwork

Photograph of 106 North Eutaw following rehabilitation.

Lion Brothers Building, 875 Hollins Street
875 Hollins CSP LLC, Cross Street Partners, Cho Benn Holback, a Quinn Evans Company, STV, Kovacs Whitney and Associates, Skarda & Associates, Betty Bird & Associates, JLL, CohnReznick, Reinvestment Fund, Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development, U.S. Bancorp Community Development Corporation, City First New Markets Fund II, Southwest Partnership, New World Construction, Asbestos Specialists, Hercules Fence, Knockorp, General Paving & Contracting, Neuner Masonry Company, Elite Restoration of Maryland, Scaffold Resources, D.A. Drenner Concrete Construction, Wolfe Construction, Baltimore Waterproofing, Architectural Materials, Bunting Door & Hardware, Reisterstown Lumber, Allied Window, Revolution Windows Systems, Father & Son Entry Systems, Caplan Bros. Glass, Lewis Brothers, M&R Drywall and Metal Stud, CEV Building Systems, Metropolitan Rolling Door, Hercules Fence, Chesapeake Woodworking, Benchmark, Baltimore Window Factory, Mahogany, Young’s Floor & Remodeling, Business Flooring, Color by Design, Superior Painting & Contracting, The Right Track, Frank M. Waters, Berry & Homer, Maryland Glass, Hallmann Sales, Schindler Elevator, Fidelity Engineering, Livingston Fire Protection, Bomark Electric, Hirsch Electric, Varia Systems, Albright Cleaning Services, Edge Diversified

Exterior view of the Lion Brothers Building following rehabilitation.

Sage Center, 1209 North Rose Street
Episcopal Housing Corporation, Marks, Thomas Architects, Southway Builders, Family Recovery Program

Do-It-Yourself Award

110 South Chapel Street (Schiller/Mooney Residence)
Adam Tawney, Architect, Schiller Enterprise, Lady Baltimore Hardwood Floors, SunRise Solar, Baltimore’s Distinctive Homes

Interior photograph of a bedroom at 110 S. Chapel Street.

Heritage Achievement Awards

Heritage Preservation Awards

Baltimore Brick By Brick
Details Deconstruction and Max Pollock

Eager Street Wallpaper, courtesy Max Pollock/Baltimore Brick by Brick.

Baltimore Immigration Memorial and Museum
Brigitte Fessenden, Nicholas Fessenden, and Jo-Ann Best

G. Krug & Son Ironworks and Museum
Peter Krug, Joann Shepard, and Patrick Cutter

Herring Run Park Archaeology Project
Lisa Kraus, Jason Shellenhamer, and project volunteers

Historic Baltimore Neighborhoods Award

Open Works
Baltimore Arts Realty Corporation, Cho Benn Holback, a Quinn Evans Company, Southway Builders, Kovacs Whitney and Associates, Mincin Patel Milano, STV, Core Studio Design, Younts Design

Interior photograph of the multi-use lobby at Open Works.

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