The AARCH Annual Awards Program recognizes exemplary historic preservation work throughout the Adirondack region.
For over 20 years, our annual awards program has recognized sensitive restoration, rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of historic structures that are consistent with our mission of long-term stewardship. The awards honor the organizations, businesses, and individuals who, through these projects, make the Adirondacks better places to live, work, and visit.
We are pleased to announce the 2018 recipients:
- Hotel Saranac, owner Roedel Companies, for the restoration and rehabilitation of this iconic 1927 grand hotel (Village of Saranac Lake, Franklin County).
- Westport Town Hall, Town of Westport, for the restoration this building originally constructed in 1928 (Town of Westport, Essex County).
- Moss Ledge, owners Michael and Wendy Lincoln, for the restoration and rehabilitation of this William Coulter-designed camp on Upper Saranac Lake (Town of Saranac Lake, Franklin County).
- Seven Gables Antiques, owner Audrey Miller, for the rehabilitation and stewardship of this former 1927 gas station (Town of Onchiota, Franklin County).
- Ticonderoga High School Auditorium, Ticonderoga School District, for the restoration of this historic auditorium (Town of Ticonderoga, Essex County).
- Pat Benton, for her long-term stewardship of The Hedges on Blue Mountain Lake (Town of Blue Mountain Lake, Hamilton County).
- Tapawingo, owner Margo Fish, for long-term stewardship (Town of Lake Placid, Essex County).
The luncheon and presentations begin at 11:30am. Advanced registration is required. For more information and tickets, visit our website HERE.
Want to nominate a project for 2019?! Projects large and small in the Adirondack Region are eligible for consideration. Nomination form and additional details HERE.