Beth Chave Award | Preservation Champion
The Beth Chave Award | Preservation Champion went to Leanne Olson for her continual advocacy on behalf of historic places in Seattle.
The Best Rehabilitation Award was presented to Laurie & Roger Lohrer and Dock Street Properties LLC for their voluntary seismic retrofitting of the Hansen Building, a contributing part of the Ballard Avenue Landmark District.
Photo: William Wright Photography.
Mount Baker Park Historic District
Preserving Neighborhood Character
The Preserving Neighborhood Character Award was presented to Friends of Mount Baker Town Center for their successful nomination of the neighborhood as a historic district on the Washington Heritage Register and the National Register of Historic Places.
Photo: Jon Roanhaus – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0.
Best Adaptive Reuse
The Best Adaptive Reuse award was presented to Eagle Rock Ventures and supporting partners for maintaining the historic integrity of Harvard Exit in adapting the building for a new use as offices.
Photo: Jill Hardy, courtesy of Dovetail.
The Living Landmark Award was presented to Don Brubeck for his extraordinary 40+ year career as an architect focusing on historic preservation projects.
The Neighborhood Investment Award was presented to Parsonage Apartments and Barrientos LLC for their work saving this historic 1907 Seattle box house through adaptive reuse.
Photo: courtesy of Exxel Pacific.
Mount Zion Baptist Church
The Preserving Community Award went to Mount Zion Baptist Church for proactively and voluntarily landmarking their building.
Photo: sourced from landmark nomination.
The Exemplary Restoration Award was presented to Board & Vellum for their restoration of the PRAG House, a historic Colonial Revival mansion that was ravaged by a fire.
Photo: courtesy of Board and Vellum.
Friends of Historic Belltown
The Community Advocacy Award was presented to Friends of Historic Belltown for their work to protect historic places in one of Seattle’s most rapidly changing neighborhoods.
Photo: courtesy of Friends of Historic Belltown.
Pike Place MarketFront
The Inspired Expansion Award is presented to the Pike Place Market Preservation & Development Authority (PDA) for the MarketFront project.
Photo: courtesy of Pike Place Market, PDA.