On Wednesday, May 20, the Hartford Preservation Alliance presented awards to several companies, organizations and individuals who have made a significant contribution to preserving Hartford’s architectural heritage.
The event was held at the corner of Park and Bartholomew Streets in the former U.S. Rubber Works factory that has been restored and is now home to Hartford’s emerging design center where one finds interior designers, architects, a restaurant, lighting and oriental carpet stores and much more.
This year’s 10 Awardees are:
• Awardee: Christian Activities Council For: The rehabilitation of 19 and 29 Edgewood Street
• Awardee: The Seymour Family For: The rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of the former Stackpole, Moore & Tryon building
• Awardee: Immanuel Congregational Church For: Historic window replacement
• Awardee: University of Hartford For The rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of the former Thomas Cadillac building
• Awardee: A.R. Godbout & Company For: The restoration of 137 Seymour Street
• Awardee: Riverfront Recapture and the Connecticut Department of Transportation For: The celebration of the 1 00th anniversary of the construction of the Bulkeley Bridge
• Awardee: Northside Institutions Neighborhood Alliance (NINA) For: Revitalization of the Asylum Hill neighborhood
• Awardee: Trinity College For: Restoration of the Trinity Long Walk
• Awardee: Immanuel Hudson House, Inc. For: The architecturally sensitive construction of in-fill housing at 363 Hudson Street
• Awardees: Nancy Schoeffler Andrew Friedman, Ananda Walden, & Bob MacDonnell For: The illustrated Hartford Courant article on Hartford architectural styles