Preservation in the News - April 25, 2012
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Planning Commission approves A Mill Artist Lofts
Sarah McKenzie 04/25/12
Outlet: The Journal - Online
The A Mill complex, which was listed on the National Trust for Historic Preservation's list of 11 most endangered historic places in the country last year, has been vacant since 2003. A plan for 252 apartments geared toward artists in the historic P...
Historic Preservation 1974 and 1977
Kaitlin O'Shea 04/25/12
Outlet: Preservation in Pink
Sure enough, I had stumbled upon an early edition of Preservation Magazine of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The magazine had cardstock covers and inside pages that were filled with three column text and color photographs mixed in with...
The Mossback Manifesto on urban density
Knute Berger 04/25/12
The National Trust for Historic Preservation's Green Lab project is currently pioneering ways to give developers more options with projects, such as finding ways to encourage more adaptive reuse of older buildings by easing some requirements for thin...
National Main Streets presentation set Thursday
Outlet: Elkins Inter-Mountain - Online
Established by the National Trust for Historic Preservation in 1980, Main Street is a proven community revitalization program. More than 2,000 Main Street programs are in operation in cities and towns across the country today. April 24, 2012 Th...
Fairfielder to design menu with celebrity chefs
Jeannette Ross 04/25/12
Outlet: Hersam Acorn Newspapers - Online
The Philip Johnson Glass House is a National Trust Historic Site on 47 acres. Built by modernist Philip Johnson in 1949, it and the property served as a laboratory for his architectural endeavors. Today it is a catalyst for the preservation and inter...