March/April 2011 Table of Contents

Cover of March/April 2011


Preservation Redefined
In Seattle’s Pike/Pine district, residents honor the past and build for the future 
By David Hanson

Designed for Living
Two preservation pros converted a c. 1880 Maryland Victorian into an energy-efficient, wheelchair-accessible retreat 
By James H. Schwartz

Back to the Future
Building owners in an Iowa town hope to profit from an energy-sharing plan that is generating new interest and efficiency 
By Reed Karaim  



Editor's Note

President's Note


People Saving Places 
A onetime Model T showroom in Detroit becomes a community laboratory for sustainable solutionsThe Old Naval Hospital in the nation's capital is reborn as a community center 

A new generation of farmers is helping to preserve Long Island's rich agrarian past

Achieving net zero at a 110-year-old house in Michigan

2011 Dozen Distinctive Destinations

Now & Then  
A historic factory endures in a New York City neighborhood where conversions usually
lead to lofts

Making a Difference


Historic Properties for Sale 


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