Southwest Seattle Historical Society
“We Love the Junction” Campaign
The Beth Chave Historic Preservation Award for Exemplary Stewardship went to the “We Heart the Junction” Task Force of the Southwest Seattle Historical Society and its supporting partners for their advocacy efforts to secure City landmark status for two iconic buildings in the heart of the West Seattle Junction.
Photo: Jean Sherrard
First United Methodist Church/The Sanctuary
The Exemplary Stewardship Award was presented to First United Methodist Church (FUMC) / The Sanctuary and its supporting partners for their coalition-building, steadfast persistence, and vision to preserve this historic urban sanctuary at the corner of Fifth and Marion.
Photo: Daniels Real Estate
Robert Reichert House & Studio
The Outstanding Modern Preservation Award went to Adelaide Blair and Darin McAdams and supporting partners for their sensitive renovation of Robert Reichert’s home and studio in Queen Anne.
Photo: Brooke Best
The Publix Hotel
The Best Rehabilitation Award was presented to Uwajimaya and supporting partners for their exemplary approach to rehabilitating a former working-class hotel and adding a new mixed-use building that beautifully melds old with new.
Photo: Doug Scott
The Community Advocacy Award went to Cynthia Brothers’ Vanishing Seattle for her online chronicle of changes to Seattle’s built and cultural environments, created to inspire people to
get involved and take action.
Photo: Cynthia Brothers
The Neighborhood Reinvestment Award was presented to Gay Gilmore, Troy Hakala, and supporting partners for rehabilitating this former Capitol Hill auto-row building into a local brewery, taproom, and community hub.
Photo: Aaron Leitz
McMenamins Anderson School
The Best Adaptive Reuse Award went to McMenamins and its supporting partners for their outstanding adaptive reuse of the Anderson School, an important part of the community’s identity and
catalyst for the City of Bothell’s ambitious downtown revitalization plan.
Building for Culture (4Culture & King County)
The Community Investment Award was presented to to Building for Culture architects 4Culture and King County for their vision and commitment to supporting arts, heritage, and preservation capital projects across King County with this momentous investment.
Photo: Eduardo Calderon