Historic Preservation Awards to Be Presented on November 19

Lancaster, PA – A dozen properties that exemplify historic preservation excellence will be honored at the annual meeting and banquet of the Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County.  The meeting will be from 6 pm to 9 pm on Tuesday, November 19, at the Hamilton Club at 106 East Orange Street  in downtown Lancaster.

Properties being recognized are:

 

  • Allegra Building (Lancaster City) – AFE Enterprises LP, D.A. Rotella Construction, Swartz Kitchens & Baths and Essis & Sons Carpet One Floor

    Allegra Building 4

    Allegra Building

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Cityscape Lofts (Lancaster City) – Shadow Lawn Enterprises, Cornerstone Design Architects, Providence Engineering Corporation and Ashlin Woods Carpentry Services, Inc.

    2013 Award Winnre - CityScape Lofts 3 compressed

    Cityscape Lofts

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Col. Alexander Lowrey House /18th Century Georgian (Marietta)  Richard D. & Victoria K. Trexler, David Estep Woodworking, Mark Pawling Masonry and River View Custom Contracting

    2013 award winner - Col. Lowrey House 3

    Col. Lowrey House

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • The Farm at Eagles Ridge  (Pequea) – Richard Levengood Architect, White Horse Construction, D. H. Funk & Sins, LLC, and Betsy and Paige Herr
    2013 award winner - Farm at Eagles Ridge 3 compressed

    The Farm ay Eagles Ridge

     

 

 

 

 

 

  • Geten/Lepore/Mast Building (Lancaster City) – Tippetts/Weaver Architects, Inc., Geten, LLC,  McSherry Engineering, Clayton Gerlach Construction and Eric Nordstrom

    2013 award winner - Geten Building 1 compressed

    The Geten/Lepore/Mast Building

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Historic Poole Forge (Narvon) — Caernarvon Township-Lancaster Co. Supervisors and Staff, and Historic Poole Forge, Inc. Volunteers, Committee Chairpersons and Board Member Leadership

    2013 award winner - Historic Poole Forge 1 compressed

    Historic Poole Forge

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Marietta Senior Apartments (Marietta) — Architectural Concepts, Caldwell, Heckles and Egan, Inc. and Community Basics, Inc.
    2013 award winner - Marietta Senior Apartments

    Marietta Senior Apartments

     

 

 

 

 

 

  • Mylin House (Willow Valley) — Willow Valley Communities, Historic Restorations, Stephen M. Daniels Electrical Contractors, Inc., J, K. Mechanical, Inc. and Inglenook Tile Design LLC

    2013 award winner - Mylin House - 10-22-2013

    Mylin House

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Henry Zahm Rhoads Mansion/Sullivan Home (Andrew T. Scheid Funeral Home) (Lancaster City) – CCS Building Group, Lewis & Associates Architects, Sanchez & Associates, Inc., Haller Enterprises, Inc.,Two Dudes Painting Company, Your Estate Service, Inc., C.B. Dombach and the Sullivan/Frailey families

    2013 award winner - Scheid Funeral Home 1

    Scheid Funeral Home

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Saint James Episcopal Church (Lancaster City) — MM architects, Inc., RGS Associates, Inc., Warfel Construction Company and Clair Brothers

    2013 award winner - St. James Church 1 compressed

    Saint James Episcopal Church

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Siegrist Covered Bridge (Mount Joy) —  Lancaster County Timber Frames, Inc., Rettew Associates, Inc. and Bulldog Construction

    2013 award winner - Siegrist Covered Bridge 1

    Siegrist Covered Bridge

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Woodward Hill Cemetery (Lancaster City) –Wohlsen Construction and Derck & Edson Associates, LLP

    2013 award winner - Woodward Hill Cemetery - 1

    Woodward Hill Cemetery

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“These properties represent the positive work that is taking place across Lancaster County,” said Lisa Horst, president of the Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County. “We are fortunate to have one of the largest inventories of historic buildings of any area our size in the country.  Historic Preservation Trust volunteers are working to retain the historic character of our county because that character is one of the key attractions for visitors and residents alike.  Everyone seems to love historic preservation once it has occurred.  The Preservation Trust brings together property owners, municipal officials, developers and others to identify and protect homes, barns, bridges, mills and other structures that are historically significant.”

Tickets for the annual meeting and banquet are $65 per person for members of the Historic Preservation Trust and members of the Central Pennsylvania Preservation Society, and $75 for non-members.  Tables of ten are available for $500.  Tickets may be ordered by calling 717-291-5861 or sending an e-mail to joepatterson@hptrust.org.

 

About the Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County

Founded in 1966 to “stem the rapid destruction of historic properties in Lancaster County,” the Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County’s mission is to preserve and protect Lancaster County’s rich historic and architectural character through education, advocacy and direct action. The trust has been directly involved in preserving important Lancaster County landmarks and has provided advice, assistance and guidance in the protection of others.  The trust is a member-supported, 501(c)3 non-profit organization located in the historic Sehner-Ellicott-von Hess House (1787) at 123 North Prince Street in downtown Lancaster.  Visit www.hptrust.org for additional information.