Congratulations to the 2011 Preservation Recognition Award Winners!

May 26th Ceremony and Reception for Preservation Recognition Award Winners for their preservation projects!

Award recipients were honored at a public ceremony on May 26, at City Hall.  Congratulations to these home owners, organizations, builders, contractors, and preservationists.

Each year as part of National Historic Preservation Month, Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation recognizes individuals and organizations that have completed preservation projects in the past year.  To qualify, each award winner’s project was located in the City of Saratoga Springs; but was not necessarily located in a historic district.  Projects  included exteriors of private property and interiors or exteriors of public spaces.  Th

e buildings or landscapes were at least 50 years or older. Projects ranged from small to large, including restorations and new construction projects.  All award winning projects were completed within the 2010 calendar year.

Nominations were evaluated by the Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation Awards Committee according to the following criteria: project design sensitivity to the historic character and environment of the property; project execution represents appropriate techniques and preservation practice; degree of difficulty faced and appropriateness of solutions applied.


23 Geroge St – Mr. & Mrs. John Fitzhenry – Window Initiative Award

45 Greenfield Ave – Margaret & Mike Roohan – Adaptive Reuse Award

209 Lake Ave – Mr. & Mrs. John Zanett

i – Roof Initiative Award

94 George St – Peter & Leslie DiCarlo/Lee & Lyn Vanden-Handel  -New Contextual Design Award

54 Phila St – Mr. Scot Trifilo, Terrace Homebuilders – New Contextual Design Award

108 Circular St – Mr. & Mrs. Bill Hettinger – Porch Initiative Award

76 Clinton St – Richard & Maura Catano – Porch Initiative Award

114 Caroline St – Mr. & Mrs. John Walthausen – Porch a

nd Fence Initiative Award

144 Woodlawn – Ms. Amy Oldenburg & Mr. Joshua Glaser – Exterior Facade Initiative

104 Union Ave – Mr. & Mrs. Richard Ryall – Building Rehabilitation Award

472 Broadway – Fallon Wellness Pharmacy of Saratoga, formerly Menges & Curtis – Interior Preservation Initiative Award

Mr. Robert Joki, for his book Saratoga Lost: Images of Victorian America, 1998, accepted by his wife, Sue Joki – I

ndividual Contribution Award

If you have questions about the Award Ceremony or Reception please call Sara Boivin, at (518) 587-5030 or .









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