Springfield Preservation Trusts honors organizations, individuals for historic renovation projects
SPRINGFIELD — The Springfield Preservation Trust is conducting its annual awards ceremony on Sept. 30 to honor organizations and individuals for historic renovations.
The event it will be held remotely due to the coronavirus pandemic, and offered as a livestream on Facebook at 7 p.m.
The Preservation Awards honor individuals and organizations that help restore and preserve historic places in Springfield.
The Donald Courtemanche Award for Restoration will go to:
- Listen Lynda LLC for the adaptive reuse of the historic Masonic Temple at 339 State St.
- The city of Springfield for the restoration of the front stairs and decorative cornice at the Springfield Central Library, 220 State St.
- DevelopSpringfield for the restoration of the Trinity Block, now known as the Springfield Innovation Center, at 276 Bridge St.
- Icarian Real Estate Advisors for restoration of 120 Mill St.
- Caron Management for stabilization of 116-120 Longhill St.
- Jesse & Emila Lederman for restoration of the front porch at 129 Spruceland Ave.
- Marianne Winters and Karan Parkin for restoration and preservation of 56 Harvard St.
- Derrick and Lillian Hill for appropriate new construction of a garage at 111 Florida St.
The Edward Sims Award for Stewardship will go to Sarah Murray and John Toms for 79 Bowdoin St.
The Robert Holbrook Award for Stewardship will go to James and the late Cynthia Landers for 270 Springfield St.
The George Pooler Award for Stewardship will go to Mary Ann and the late Francis Maloney for 320 Forest Park Ave.
Photographs of 2020 award winners will be on display at the Lyman and Merrie Wood Museum of Springfield History and on the trust’s website.
The Springfield Preservation Trust is a nonprofit organization founded in 1972 to help preserve, protect and promote historic places in Springfield, according to its website.