We’re thrilled to announce that we have been honored with the Boston Preservation Alliance’s Preservation Achievement Award this year for the work we did restoring our historic Ames and Blake buildings. The Boston Preservation Alliance’s mission is to protect and improve the quality of Boston’s distinct architectural heritage, and we could not be more proud to have our restoration efforts recognized by their team.
“The unique historic character of Boston’s buildings is increasingly recognized for the additive value they bring to projects. Demand for these distinctive spaces is growing,” says Greg Galer, Executive Director of the Boston Preservation Alliance. “Development can be tremendously successful working within historic building envelopes, and in this case the project made additionally viable through the use of historic rehabilitation tax credits. The Godfrey stands as a prime example that historic resources can bring a premium return.”
We would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to our partners at Finegold Alexander Architects and GETTYS for all of their time, dedication and help during our restoration project.
You can purchase tickets to the 2016 Preservation Achievement Awards event, which will take place on October 24th from 6-8PM at the Paramount Center. Tickets are on sale here. To learn more about the Boston Preservation Alliance and the Preservation Achievement Award, you can watch the below video and visit their website.