National Preservation Award Winners Range From An Urban Farm To Health Center

Posted on Nov 10 2020 - 8:00am by UOG

IAN MACLELLAN

FORBES.COM – The National Trust for Historic Preservation recently announced winners of the 2020 Richard H. Driehaus Foundation National Preservation Awards, which recognize excellence in historic preservation, adaptive reuse and the re-imagining of historic buildings for the future.

The awards are given to distinguished individuals, nonprofit organizations, public agencies and corporations that have redefined communities by preserving their architectural and cultural heritage.

This year’s recipients range from a New Deal-era health center updated into a state-of-the-art medical facility, to a rare Federal-style farmstead brought back to life to create greater food access and green space, to the Egyptian Revival-style headquarters of one of the largest Black-owned insurance firms continuing its legacy of economic development.

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