2014 Awards

On Tuesday, May 13, 2014, keynote speaker and master of ceremonies Knute Berger – columnist and editor for Seattle Magazine, writer for Crosscut, and author of two books, Pugetopolis and Space Needle, Spirit of Seattle – presented his thoughts on historic preservation in Seattle and announced the awards. Lead sponsor of the event was KeyBank with additional support from 4Culture.

King Street Station

Beth Chave Historic Preservation Award

Best Restoration Project

The award was presented to the Seattle Department of Transportation and supporting partners for the outstanding achievement in the restoration of King Street Station in the Pioneer Square Historic District. Photo: Benjamin Benschneider

Supply Laundry Building

Sustainable Preservation Award

The award was presented to Vulcan Real Estate and supporting partners for the outstanding adaptive reuse of the Supply Laundry Building in South Lake Union. Photo: Vulcan Real Estate

 

Lightship No. 83 “Swiftsure”

Historic Vessel Preservation Award

The award was presented to the Northwest Seaport Maritime Heritage Center and its supporting partner for blending maritime history, education and public outreach through the restoration of the heritage vessel and museum, Lightship No. 83, South Lake Union. Photo: Northwest Seaport

 

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

Exemplary Stewardship Award

The award was presented to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and supporting partners for the longstanding commitment to preserving the modernist church building while responding to the needs of the congregation and lower Queen Anne community. Photo: Lara Swimmer Photography

 

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog

Communications and Technology Award

The award was presented to Justin Carder (aka jseattle) for his contribution to communicating preservation news through the Capitol Hill Seattle Blog.

 

Ada’s Technical Books

Preserving Neighborhood Character Award

The award was presented to Danielle and David Hulton and supporting partners for preserving and transforming a humble house into an inviting, community gathering place for a unique neighborhood business on Capitol Hill’s 15th Ave East. Photo: Cindy Apple Photography

 

Friends of the Market

Community Advocacy Award

The award was presented to the Friends of the Market, recognizing their 50 years of advocacy for the historic Pike Place Market. Photo: LeAnn Loughran

 

events_awards_john bennettJohn Bennett

Community Investment Award

The award was presented to John Bennett for his long-term investment in the restoration and revitalization of Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood. Photo: John Bennett