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Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Awards

2014 Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Awards winners

Preserve Minneapolis, the Minneapolis Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and the Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Commission are pleased to announce the winners of the 24th annual Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Awards.

The awards were announced at a gala luncheon on May 15th at International Market Square. To view a PDF of the event program, please click here.

Congratulations to all the winners!

Historic Restoration, Rehabilitation, or Adaptive Reuse Project
City Place Lofts
Howe Community School Rehab
Minneapolis Federal Office Building – Old Post Office
Saint George Apartments

Minneapolis Federal Office Building

New Addition to an Historic Building
Hennepin County Library – Roosevelt

Single Family Residential
VMS Kaufmann House
EJ Hansen, AIA Glass Art Project

Community Education and Advocacy
Hiding in Plain Sight Audio History Tour

Good Luck and Good Fortune
Growth with Preservation: Planning and Advocating for Dinkytown

The Steve Murray Award
Sue Hunter Weir

Howe Community School

The Minneapolis Preservation Awards highlight the year’s best achievements for transforming a historic property, building, or landscape and reinventing it to incorporate both new and old elements in a way that is respectful to the past. Projects are judged on attention to the quality of design, architecture, workmanship, and materials as well as the positive impact on the surrounding neighborhood and community.

Awards are made based on nomination materials submitted. Projects were judged based on their careful attention to the quality of design, architecture, workmanship, and materials as well as their positive impact on surrounding neighborhoods and community. A jury comprised of three Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Commissioners, two members of the American Institute of Architects Minneapolis Chapter, and two board members from Preserve Minneapolis reviewed the nominations.

VMS Kaufmann House

City Place Lofts