National Preservation Awards

Every time you turn around in Philly, someone is turning an old warehouse into condos, or a row of beautiful rowhomes is becoming the front for a highrise. I often find myself mourning these changes, but I also recognize that everything has a lifespan, and I’m always grateful when a building is repurposed instead of ripped down.

The National Trust for Historic Preservation is now accepting nominations for the 2007 National Preservation Awards. They are looking for individuals who have been involved in an outstanding preservation project completed in the past three years, or those who know of a corporation, nonprofit organization, public agency, or individual who has helped save a part of America’s local or national heritage.

Nominations are due on March 1st, which is just one short week away, but if there’s a project you think is worthy, that’s still enough time to get the information in to them. To download the nomination form, go here.

(via UnBeige)

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