On Tuesday May 14, 2013, Historic Seattle hosts its Fifth Annual Historic Preservation Awards Ceremony at the Good Shepherd Center in Wallingford to acknowledge recent successes in the preservation and heritage fields locally. This year we introduce the Beth Chave Historic Preservation Award in honor of our friend and colleague who served as the Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board Coordinator for many years.
The event begins at 5:30 pm and ends at 8:00 pm. Enjoy an evening of food and drink and celebrate the award recipients. Join with old and new friends and colleagues who share a passion for preservation. Seattle City Council President will speak about preservation in Seattle. Jeffrey Ochsner introduces our 2013 Preservation Award recipients. Big thanks to the event’s Lead Sponsor KeyBank, with additional support from 4Culture.
This year, we’re raffling off some great prizes including a one-night stay at the Sorrento Hotel and dinner for two at the Hunt Club; Tom Douglas restaurant gift certificates; and some stellar Washington wine. Raffle tickets are $20 each.
Register for the awards event online by Monday, May 13 (NOON); telephone us to order tickets, 206.622.6952; or pay at the door.
Congratulations to the 2013 Award Recipients!
MOHAI/Naval Reserve Armory – The Beth Chave Historic Preservation Award for Best Adaptive Reuse Project goes to the Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI) and its supporting partners for their outstanding achievement in the adaptive reuse of the Naval Reserve Armory at Lake Union Park in the South Lake Union neighborhood.
Terry Avenue Building – The Best Rehabilitation Project Award goes to Vulcan Real Estate and its supporting partners for its exemplary approach to renovating a vernacular, brick warehouse/office building by providing needed enhancements and new uses while respecting the integrity of the original design of a Seattle Landmark.
Seattle Vineyard Church – The Best Preservation Practice Award goes to Seattle Vineyard Church and its supporting partners for a painting project that serves as an excellent model for the treatment of historic properties.
Pioneer Building Interior Storm Windows – The Exemplary Stewardship Award goes to Dr. Richard and Mrs. Dorothy Sikora, owners and stewards of the Pioneer Building, and their supporting partners for an outstanding interior storm windows project that serves as an excellent model for the treatment of historic properties.
HT Kubota Building – The Preserving Neighborhood Character award goes to HTK Management, LLC and its supporting partners preserving and enhancing the HT Kubota Building into a new mix of retail, restaurants and artist studios.
Alliance for Pioneer Square – The Community Advocacy Award goes to the Alliance for Pioneer Square for its leadership in revitalizing Seattle’s first neighborhood.
Kevin Daniels – The Community Investment Award goes to Kevin Daniels for his long-term commitment investing in, preserving and revitalizing Seattle neighborhoods and landmark properties.