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6 Properties Honored with 2018 Preserving Historic Hillsboro Awards

Post Date:06/06/2018 10:57 am

The Hillsboro City Council is recognizing the contributions of Hillsboro property owners who have preserved, restored, or appropriately remodeled historically significant buildings. Six properties and the property’s owners received 2018 Preserving Historic Hillsboro Awards at the Council’s meeting on June 5.

The 2018 award categories and winners decided upon by the Historic Landmarks Advisory Committee are: 

Preservation of a residential structure in original condition:
Kuralti House
Debby Garman and Michael Fox for the Kuratli House at 175 NE 7th Avenue


Preservation of a non-residential structure in original condition:
Oddfellows 2018
Independent Order of Odd Fellows for the Odd Fellows Building at 267 East Main Street


Restoration of a residential structure:
Young House
Adam Schwindt and Joanne Odden for the James T. Young House at 205 NE Edison Street

 

Retention of a historic structure through remodeling and adoptive reuse:
Donelsonhouse
Jon Karl Weiss and Mindy Simmons for the Donelson House at 171 NE 3rd Avenue


Historically appropriate new construction or reconstruction:
Greenebaum house
Barbara Greenebaum for her home at 6702 NE Dogwood Street in Old Orenco


The Chair’s Award:
Let's Play 2018
59 Donnington LLC for the Hillsboro Grange #73 Building at 263 East Main Street

 

2018 marks the 10th year that Hillsboro has presented the Preserving Historic Hillsboro Awards, which are nominated and voted on by the Historic Landmarks Advisory Committee. For more information about Hillsboro’s historic preservation programs, visit the Committee's webpage or contact the Hillsboro Planning Department at 503-681-6153.

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