(NH&RA)18 finalists in 7 categories for the Timothy J. Anderson Awards
The National Housing & Rehabilitation Association (NH&RA) announced 18 finalists in seven categories for this year’s Timothy J. Anderson (Timmy) Awards. The awards recognize outstanding historic building rehabilitations that used state or federal historic tax credits (HTCs). The finalists are Philadelphia Main Post Office in Philadelphia, Pa. and Leavenworth Building 19 in Leavenworth, Kan. for Best Commercial/Retail/Non-Real Estate Project; Oliver School Lofts in Winchester, Ky. for Best Historic Rehab Utilizing Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTCs) (Small); Hayes at Railroad Square in Haverhill, Mass., Grand Boulevard Lofts in Kansas City, Mo., Ghost Ranch in Tucson, Ariz., Cotton Mill Village in Columbia, S.C. and Appleton Mills Phase I in Lowell, Mass. for Best Historic Rehab Utilizing LIHTCs (Large); Connell Building in Scranton, Pa. and Crown Square in St. Louis, Mo. for Best Historic Rehab Utilizing New Markets Tax Credits; Atlas Building in Chelsea, Mass., Maritime Building in New Orleans, La. and Metro 67 in Dallas, Texas for Best Market-Rate or Mixed-Income Residential; Mercy Corp.’s Global in Portland, Ore. for Best Historic Rehab Involving New Construction; and Beaver Dam Lake Historic Lofts in Beaver Dam, Wis., Casa de Maryland in Hyattsville, Md. and New Manchester Flats in Richmond, Va. for Most Innovative Adaptive Reuse. Winners in each category will be presented with plaques and all finalists will be honored at NH&RA’s Fall Developer’s Forum on November 15.