Preservation in the News - April 18, 2012
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America's Greatest Main Streets
Wayne Curtis 04/18/12
Outlet: Travel + Leisure
The work of such activists and preservationists is acknowledged each year by the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Great American Main Streets Awards and by the American Planning Association’s Great Places in America: Streets. We scoured the...
A Second Chance for an Historic Gilded Age Hotel - Plans Unveiled for Restoration
Richard L. Johnson 04/18/12
Outlet: Hotel Online
It was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1979, closed in 2009, and is now one of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s most endangered sites. In a major step toward giving the storied Belleview Biltmore Resort a...
Local leaders energized by 17th Annual Rural Development Conference
Justin Hanson 04/18/12
Outlet: WMC-TV - Online
Noted presenters included Josh Bays of Site Selection Group, Mimi Bliss of Bliss Communications, Michael Burcham of the Nashville Entrepreneurial Center, Valecia Crisafulli of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Jeff Miller of Innovative Le...
Preservation can be an economic engine
Mary Perez 04/18/12
Outlet: The Sun Herald
John Hildreth with the National Trust for Historic Preservation will speak about the challenges of preservation. Participants will learn how they can inform the community of progress in their cities from a media panel assembled by the Mississippi Pre...
Without heritage buildings, what’s left?
Ian Gillespie 04/18/12
Outlet: The London Free Press
Those findings were echoed by a U.S. study conducted by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. It's a lost opportunity and a short-sighted misstep. I'm talking about the city's decision -- apparently made during an in-camera session in t...