If you haven’t purchased tickets yet for our 2015 Preservation Awards celebration this Thursday June 18, now is the time! We are celebrating the year’s best preservation and adaptive reuse projects and the people behind them. We are also excited to give the Douglas Gordon Award for exceptional leadership in local preservation to Mr. Martin Azola. Read on for the full list of award winning projects!
In addition to being in the wonderfully transformed Chesapeake Shakespeare Theater, we’ll get a tour of the historic Merchant’s Club building next door that the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company plans to expand into. And of course there will be plenty of food, drinks, and good cheer.
The Chesapeake Shakespeare Theater is located at 7 South Calvert Street, at the corner of Redwood Street. Parking is available one block away at the Arrow parking garage on Water Street. Garage entrances are located on Water Street and Lombard Street. Find more details or go ahead and register today!
I hope you can join us on Thursday evening. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call me at 410-332-9992 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2015 Preservation Award Recipients
Restoration & Rehabilitation
424 South Dallas Street
Rita Church Community Center
2101 Saint Lo Drive
Welch Medical Library
1900 East Monument Street
939 South Clinton Street
1226 North Calvert Street
1418 Madison Avenue
Adaptive Reuse & Compatible Design
11 East Chase Street
Bolton Hill Nursery School
204 West Lanvale Street
Chesapeake Shakespeare Company Theater
7 South Calvert Street
Columbus School Apartments
2000 East North Avenue
Exterior view of the Fallsway Spring building.
415 South Central Avenue
Police Station at Fells Point Station
1621 Bank Street
114 East Lexington Street
300 Cathedral Street Apartments
300 Cathedral Street
520 Park Avenue
1001 Cathedral Street
1801 Falls Road
Heritage Preservation Awards
Downtown Baltimore Landmark Designation Initiative
Elaine Eff and the Painted Screens of Baltimore
Historic Baltimore Neighborhoods Awards
Gateway Homeownership Development Project
Greater Hampden Heritage Alliance: Self-Guided Walking Tour of Hampden-Woodberry
Douglas Gordon Award
Mr. Martin Azola – for over 40 years of service and leadership in historic preservation.