Historic Seattle’s 6th Annual Preservation Awards – May 13, 2014

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On Tuesday May 13, 2014, Historic Seattle hosts its Sixth Annual Historic Preservation Awards Ceremony at the Good Shepherd Center in Wallingford to acknowledge recent successes in the preservation and heritage fields locally.

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 native Knute Berger, writer, journalist and editor, is the keynote speaker and MC of the 2014 Preservation Awards. Big thanks to the event’s Lead Sponsor KeyBank, with additional support from 4Culture.

Register for the awards event online by Friday, May 9 (4pm); telephone us to order tickets, 206.622.6952; or pay at the door.

Congratulations to the 2014 Award Recipients!

King Street Station – The Beth Chave Historic Preservation Award for Best Restoration Project goes 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.

Supply Laundry Building – The Sustainable Preservation Award goes to Vulcan Real Estate and supporting partners for the outstanding adaptive reuse of the Supply Laundry Building in South Lake Union.

Lightship No. 83, “The Swiftsure” – The Historic Vessel Preservation Award goes to 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.

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church – The Exemplary Stewardship Award goes 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.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog – The Communications and Technology Award goes to Justin Carder (aka jseattle) for his contribution to communicating preservation news through the Capitol Hill Seattle Blog.

Ada’s Technical Books – The Preserving Neighborhood Character goes 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.

Friends of the Market, Pike Place Market – The Community Advocacy goes to the Friends of the Market, recognizing their 50 years of advocacy for the historic Pike Place Market.

John BennettThe Community Investment Award goes to John Bennett for his long-term investment in the restoration and revitalization of Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood.