HKC's Preservation Awards Finalists
Congratulations to our winners! We will be announcing the winners of each category at the ceremony; each finalist will either be awarded an Excellence, Honors, or Merit Award in their category.
Adaptive Reuse: *Power & Light Apartments – NSPJ & North Point Development *King Louie West – McCown Gordon Construction & Johnson *County Roaster’s Block – O’Reillly Development *Gumbel Building – Hampton Inn *Boulevard Brewing Company – John McDonald
Preservation Practice: *Vanderslice Hall ? KCAI *Power & Light Grand Hall – North Point Development Ernest *Brostrom House ? Jeff Hon
Contemporary Design: *Norrington Hall – Park University Congress Lofts – NSPJ *Architects & Del Properties *Donutology ? Andrew Cameron
Community Catalyst: *Waldo Tower ? Waldo Tower Historic Society *Paseo YMCA Building / Buck O’Neil Education and Research Center – Ollie Gates *Black Archives Building ?
Innovation in Preservation – Financial Innovation: *Harold Thomas Center *ALTCAP
Sustainability: *Manheim Park Neighborhood – Westside Housing
Richard Nadeau (Advocacy): *Parkway Towers
Jane Flynn (Worked Tirelessly to Preserve & Promote Preservation): *Day Log House – Dorothy Day *LEED cemetery ? Gloria Lundy
George Ehrlich (publication): *Plaza Walking Guide – Jonathan Kemper & Steve Paul
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