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2008 Preservation Awards

Five preservation awards were presented on Sunday afternoon, May 18, in the garden of the historic 1907 Williams House/Museum of American History (MOAH). At the same time, centennial plaques were given to owners of homes built in 1908. Owners and architects shared their experiences in preserving and restoring the properties.

334 Liincoln landscaping 520 Ramona 210 Seale
334 Lincoln Avenue 303 Parkside Drive 520 Ramona Street 210 Seale Avenue

Centennial home owners and Preservation Awards honorees.




2008 Residential Preservation Award: 210 Seale Avenue

On a street which has seen more than its share of demolitions, monster houses and "pop–tops", Elizabeth Everitt decided to remodel her single story bungalow at 210 Seale Avenue in such a way that it met her space needs on the interior but preserved the simple charming exterior as well as many interior details.

210 Seale 210 Seale award


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2008 Community Preservation Award: 303 Parkside Drive

Presented to the Greenmeadow Community Association in recognition of the preservation and restoration of its 1954 Joseph Eichler community center and Thomas Church designed secret garden patio at 303 Parkside Drive.

Greenmeadow 2008 award landscaping


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2008 Residential Preservation Award: 334 Lincoln Avenue

Presented to Harris and Megan Barton in recognition of the preservation and renovation of 334 Lincoln Avenue, a 1897 home in the historic National Trust Professorville District.

334 334 Lincoln award certificate

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2008 Adaptive Reuse and Commercial Restoration Awards: 520 Ramona, The Wine Shop

Presented to Mike Garcia in recognition of restoration and adaptive reuse of the Pedro DeLemos building at 520 Ramona Street in the National Register Ramona Street Architectural District.

Presented to Cody Anderson Wasney Architects, Inc. for the interior restoration of 520 Ramona Street. Located in the National Register Ramona Street Architectural District, the building’s historic interior and exterior features were meticulously restored, including windows, light fixtures, and tile.

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520 Ramona  

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