The Alliance to Conserve Old Richmond Neighborhoods lauded several local renovations Thursday night during their Golden Hammer Awards Ceremony at Plaza Bowl. While this year’s nominees came from 21 neighborhoods across the city, both the Winner and First Runner Up in Best Residential Renovation went to area houses, the Better Housing Coalition’s stunning work at 2008 Fairmount Avenue in Fairmount and Bill Conkle’s amazing renovation at 801 North 24th Street in Union Hill.
ABOVE: 2008 Fairmount Avenue // BELOW: 801 North 24th Street
Second Runner Up in Best Residential Renovation went to 308 West Leigh Street in Jackson Ward (ElderHomes Corporation).
Awards for Best Commercial Renovation went to :
The Boathouse Restaurant (Riverfront) ~ CVI/Rocketts Landing
First Runner Up ~ Miller & Rhoads Mixed-Use Project (Downtown) ~ Miller & Rhoads Building LLC
Second Runner Up ~ The Allen & Jeannett Early Center for Christian Education & Worship (Ginter Park) ~ Union Theological Seminary
Awards for Best Urban Infill Project went to :
The Mews at Cary Mill (Fan District) ~ Cary Place Mill, LLC
First Runner Up ~ Montrose House, 1800 Accomac Street (Montrose) ~ Christopher Hildebrand & Sara Moriarty
Second Runner Up ~ 1409 Porter Street (Manchester) ~ ElderHomes Corporation
Third Runner Up ~ Carver Corner, 1216-1218 West Clay Street (Carver) ~ Bilder & Terranova Development LLC
TAGGED: 24th Street, 801 North 24th Street, ACORN, Better Housing Coalition, Bill Conkle, Fairmount, Fairmount Ave, Golden Hammer, Union Hill