Preservation League of New York State Honors Excellence in Preservation
A building that, like its namesake, rose from the ashes. A maritime vessel introducing new artisans to long-lost trades. A small-town opera house, restored to its rightful role as a vibrant regional center for culture and music. These are just a few of the Award-winning projects honored by the Preservation League on May 10, 2017.
The League's statewide awards program honors notable achievements in retaining, promoting and reusing New York State's irreplaceable architectural heritage.
The complete list of award winners is: Phoenix Brewery Apartments, Buffalo; Beekman Hotel and Residences/Temple Court, New York City; A. Philip Randolph Houses, Phase One, New York City; South Street Seaport Museum: the 1885 sailing ship Wavertree, New York City; Rouge Tomate Chelsea, New York City; Marriott Syracuse Downtown (formerly Hotel Syracuse); Pickens Hall & Opera House, Heuvelton; Argos Inn, Ithaca. Ruth Pierpont, the former Deputy Commissioner for Historic Preservation and the Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, was honored for decades of service to the cause of historic preservation in New York State. Learn more about the award winners >>