Enter Historic Rehabilitation Awards Competition
The National Housing & Rehabilitation Association (NH&RA) has announced a call for entries to the second annual J. Timothy Anderson Awards for Excellence in Historic Rehabilitation — the “Timmy” — awards for outstanding rehabilitation and preservation projects. The awards competition is based on overall design and quality, interpretation and respect of historic elements, impact on the community and financial and market success.
This is the second year of the awards competition, which has expanded to include the following categories:
- Affordable Housing — Small/Up to $5 million total development cost
- Affordable Housing — Large/Over $5 million total development cost
- Market-Rate Residential — Small/Up to $5 million total development cost
- Market-Rate Residential — Large/Over $5 million total development cost
- Mixed-Income Housing — Small/Up to $5 million total development cost
- Mixed-Income Housing — Large/Over $5 million total development cost
- Most Innovative Adaptive Re-Use and/or Commercial Rehabilitation
- Scattered Site/Multi-Property
The awards are named after Boston architect and preservation advocate J. Timothy Anderson, who was involved in several Boston-area projects as well as the seminal study that helped launch preservation efforts in the art deco South Beach district of Miami Beach in the late 1970s.
Entries for the 2006 “Timmy” awards will be accepted until July 15.
Winners will be recognized at an awards ceremony on Oct. 9 in Boston. Applications are available online at the National Housing & Rehabilitation Association Web site, www.housingonline.com.
HG&RA is a Washington, D.C.-based association that provides an ongoing forum for professionals in affordable housing and historic restoration to exchange information and assess trends.
For more information, e-mail Debby Tempio at NH&RA, call her at 202-939-1778, or visit the NH&RA Web site.