Historic Seattle 3rd Annual Preservation Awards, May 10, 2011

May is National Historic Preservation Month and Historic Seattle is hosting a very special event to acknowledge and celebrate the 2011 3rd Annual Preservation Awards recipients and their outstanding achievements in preservation. This year, we acknowledge the stewardship that has preserved an elegant campus of Northwest Modern buildings–integrated pavilions by Naramore, Bain, Brady & Johanson (NBBJ) set into a harmonious landscaped park designed by Richard Haag Associates for the Battelle Memorial Institute during the years 1966 to 1970.

The awards ceremony takes place from 5:30 to 8:00 pm at Talaris Conference Center. For details, go to Historic Seattle’s website. Tickets may still be purchased at the door; online registration is closed.

KeyBank is Lead Sponsor of the Third Annual Preservation Awards, with additional support from 4Culture and Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs.

Here are the 2011 Award Recipients. Congratulations!

Best Rehabilitation Projects

Fire Stations 2, 17 and 41

Lake Wilderness Lodge, Maple Valley

Best Preservation Practice

University Heights Community Center Window Restoration

Living Landmark

Ronald F. Murphy, AIA, SMR Architects

Community Advocacy

Friends of Naval Air Station Seattle Historic District

Preserving Neighborhood Character

Melrose Market

Community Partnership for Historic Preservation

Hat ‘n’ Boots

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