2018 Award Recipients for JHU Homewood House and Krieger Hall. Photograph by Eli Pousson.

Congratulations to our 2018 Preservation Award recipients! Thank you to everyone who joined us to celebrate the year in preservation at the Fox Building

Thank you to everyone who joined us at the historic Fox Building last night to celebrate and honor this year’s preservation award recipients.

From the rehabilitation of the historic house on Walrad Street in Irvington (a project that one member of our review committee compared to a phoenix rising from the ashes) to the meticulous repairs at Homewood House and Krieger Hall on the Johns Hopkins University campus—our 2018 award recipients varied widely. The awards showcase how preservation can include everything from a meticulous restoration of the grand library at Baltimore City College to the remarkable rehabilitation at the SNF Parkway Theater that almost freezes in time the building’s worn but still magnificent interior.

Please read on for the list of award recipients or take a look at the full slideshow for before and after photos of all of the projects. Thank you again to everyone who participated last night, volunteered for the event and on our awards review committee, and to all of our generous sponsors.

2018 Preservation Awards

Restoration & Rehabilitation Awards

127 North Lakewood Avenue
Matthew Lesko and Anita Pilch

847 Park Avenue
Jubilee Baltimore, Edgemont Builders, Zeskind’s Hardware and Millwork

1625 Saint Paul Street. Courtesy Inner Harbor Homes.

1625 Saint Paul Street
Inner Harbor Homes, Richard Wagner, Edgemont Builders, Thomas Foulkes LLC

1809 Barclay Street
Adam Kutcher, Trace Architects, Edgemont Builders, Zeskind’s Hardware and Millwork

1909 Bank Street
Idan Tzameret

2309 Eutaw Place
PenCor Properties, L & L Building Blocks

3342 East Baltimore Street
G&G Homes, O’Connell & Associates

4107 Walrad Street
MLR Development Corp.

Baltimore City College Library. Courtesy JRS Architects.

Baltimore City College Library, 3220 The Alameda
Baltimore City College, Baltimore City Public Schools, JRS Architects, Inc., KES Engineering, Inc.

Callow Avenue Redevelopment Project. Courtesy SM+P Architects.

Callow Avenue Redevelopment Project, 2214-2229 Callow Avenue
Druid Heights Community Development Corp., SM+P Architects, Zeskind’s Hardware and Millwork

Johns Hopkins University Homewood Museum Roof Drainage Improvements
Johns Hopkins University Homewood House Museum, Lewis Contractors

Johns Hopkins University Krieger Hall
Johns Hopkins Facilities and Real Estate Division, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company

Courtesy Maryland Film Festival.

SNF Parkway Theatre
Maryland Film Festival, Ziger Snead Architects, Acoustical Design Collaborative, Flux Studio, Gower Thompson, James Posey Associates, Post Typography Graphic Design, Seawall Development, Southway Builders

Adaptive Reuse & Compatible Design Awards

21 South Calvert Street
Edgemont Builders, Seto Architects, Charles Belfoure

1100 Cathedral Street
SM+P Architects, Baltimore Fabrication, David Buckley, DoublEdge Design, LLC, JC Porter Construction, Majer Metal Works

3501 Clipper Road
Gregg Zoarski

Entrance on Calvert Street, Baltimore Center Stage. Courtesy Cho Benn Holback, A Quinn Evans Company.

Baltimore Center Stage, 700 North Calvert Street
Baltimore Center Stage, Cho Benn Holback, A Quinn Evans Company, The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company, DoublEdge Design LLC, James Posey and Assoc., Inc., KCP Photographer LLC, Pentagram, Simpson Gumpertz and Heger

Apartment and hallway, Independence Place. Courtesy Gant Brunnett Architects.

Independence Place, 4103 Old York Road
Marian House, Gant Brunnett Architects, Southway Builders, ACW, Inc., Adcorp Signs, Inc., Anderson Fire Protection, Bay Country Professional Concrete, Belsinger Sign Works, Inc., Business Flooring, Inc., C. A. Grimmel, Inc., C. L. McCoy Framing Co., Inc., Carpentry & Hardware Services, Inc., Carter Paving & Excavating, Inc., Chaudron Glass & Mirror Co, Inc., Choice Stairways, Inc., Clean Air Heating & Air Conditioning, Clearview Home Remodeling, Colonial Sash & Door, Inc., Cotten Construction Company, CR Services, Design House Kitchens and Appliances, Francisco Gonzalez Perez, GEDCO, Glass and Screen Hospital, HDL Construction, Inc., Hostetter Supply Co., Inc., Ironshore Contracting LLC, J. W. Draperies, Inc., Long Fence, Madison Mechanical Contracting, Millstone Corporation, Milton Electric Company, Inc., Order Green Supply, Otis Elevator Company, Palencia Construction LLC, POS Construction, Inc., Retro Environmental, Inc., Robey Stucco, Rose Restoration, Select Floors, Inc., T.W. Perry, Vynal Industries, Wells & Associates, Inc., Western Cary Building Products

Photograph by Todd Harvey.

Sagamore Pendry Hotel at the Rec Pier, 1715 Thames Street
1715 Thames Street LLC, Sagamore Development, Beatty Harvey Coco Architects LLP, Mahan Rykiel Associates, Patrick Sutton Interiors, The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company, Vanderweil Engineering, WBCM

Heritage Preservation Awards

Flickering Treasures: Rediscovering Baltimore’s Forgotten Movie Theaters
Amy Davis

Commitment to Baltimore’s Historic Buildings and Communities
Jacques Kelly

2018 Preservation Awards Sponsors

Lead Sponsors

Agora, Inc.
FreedomCar
GLB Concrete Construction
Hord Coplan Macht
Lewis Contractors
Murdoch Architects
Southway Builders
Station Arts Homes
The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company
Zeskind’s Hardware & Millwork

Co-Sponsors

Brennan and Company Architects
Freeman Architecture
Gant Brunnett Architects
GWWO Architects
Roland Park Place
Unique Resources
Ziger Snead Architects

3 comments

  1. Michael Rock says:

    Regarding 4107 Walrad, I thank the Board for the award to MLR Development Corp. and I thank Johns for his words when describing the award. The award and Johns’ words encourage me and I’m sure other preservervation-minded developers to keep it up.

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