Recipient of three Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation Merit Awards for tax credit projects:
- New Milford Bank Building, New Milford
- Hubbard Mansion, Stamford
- New Milford Telephone Building, New Milford
Evaluation of a property for use of federal and state Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits.
Preparation of Federal and State Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit applications including research, photographic documentation and advice on compliance with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation.
New Milford Telephone Building (1917), New Milford, CT
Long-abandoned former telephone company office building which was rehabilitated for office, storage and showroom space for a company which imports Modern
United Bank Building (1903), New Milford, CT
This is a landmark bank building on the Town Green in the center of New Milford. All of its systems will be updated and it will be converted into office space.
Hubbard Mansion (1869/1969), Stamford CT Former country home of a New York financier that was converted to a school. Closed and empty for several years, it has been rehabilitated as a school.
Moose Home (1932) and IOOF Building (1923), Norwalk CT Two former lodge halls being converted to mixed use.
Boese, Peppard Company Lace Mill (1904), Norwalk, CT
Two story brick mill building that will be converted into a community medical center and transitional housing for homeless men. Client: Open Door Shelter
Bridgeport Organ Company/ American Graphophone Complex (1885-1939), Bridgeport, CT
This is a sprawling 230,000 square foot, seven building mill complex that covers an entire city block. It will be converted into over 300 units of housing and a charter school.
Maplewood Court Apartments (1895-1904), Bridgeport, CT
Former public school rehabilitated into 32 units of affordable housing in 1998. The building is being renovated using both state and federal Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits.
Mansuy Automobile Showroom Building (1905), Hartford, CT
Underused former early automobile showroom building being rehabilitated as office space.
Le Roy Shirt Company Factory (1922), Norwalk, CT
Vacant loft building which is being converted into office space on the first floor and apartments on the second floor.