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The Lucy G. Moses Awards – The Oscars of Preservation

Thanks to all of you who joined us for our joyous virtual celebration of the 31st Lucy G. Moses Awards. We featured great preservation leaders, outstanding projects and a dedicated, up and coming, organization. The video presentation is available here.

Our Zoom after party was full of lively tributes to our winners and heartfelt thanks to the talented professionals who worked on the projects. It was a wonderful celebration of preservation’s role in the City we love.

Architect Fred Bland and historian Andrew Dolkart received Leadership Awards. Save Harlem Now! received our Organization Award. Projects ranged from the long-awaited Moynihan Train Hall to the creation of affordable housing in a restored Harlem townhouse. The entire project list is below.

Preservation Project Awards
244 Lenox Avenue
560 Second Street
Battery Maritime Building – Casa Cipriani
Building 127 at the Brooklyn Navy Yard
Central Presbyterian Church
Endale Arch, Prospect Park
Enid A. Haupt Conservatory
The Lotos Club
Moynihan Train Hall
Nine Orchard
Serbian Orthodox Cathedral of St Sava
Robert and Anne Dickey House

Learn more about the projects, the people involved, and our event supporters in our digital journal.

Here is an extended interview with Architect Fred Bland of Beyer Blinder Belle who received the Public Service Award during our virtual Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards. He serves on the City’s Landmarks Preservation Commission, has chaired numerous cultural organizations, chairs the James Marston Fitch Foundation, and has taught at NYU for more than 30 years. We had to shorten his remarks for the virtual program but want to share more of his interview in this extended cut. Beyer Blinder Belle is known for major preservation projects, but Bland says that’s not the whole picture.

And an extended interview with historian Andrew Dolkart who received the Lucy G. Moses Preservation Leadership Award. Here is a longer version of his thoughts about preservation and his career.

Thank You to Our Lucy G. Moses Awards Supporters!

Acheson Doyle Partners Architects
The American Institute of Architects
Ascendant Neighborhood Development
Beyer Blinder Belle, Architects &
Planners, LLP
Building Conservation Associates, Inc.
Columbia GSAPP
Dana Dentzer
E.W. Howell
Friends, Fans & Colleagues of Andrew
Higgins Quasebarth & Partners LLC
The Howard Hughes Corporation
James Marston Fitch Charitable Foundation
JFK&M Consulting Group LLC
The J.M. Kaplan Fund
Thomas D. and Michele Kearns
KNS Building Restoration Inc.
Anne Kriken Mann
Marnie Pillsbury
Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Eastern America
Walter B Melvin Architects
Joshua Wesky / Compass
Woodlawn Conservancy

BKSK Architects
Larry Condon
Essex Works
GACE Consulting Engineers DPC
Julie Herzig
The Lotos Club
Mary B Dierickx Historic Preservation
Paul B Bailey Architect LLC
Nancy & Otis Pearsall
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
Vertical Access LLC
West End Preservation Society
West New York Restoration of CT, Inc.

Erica Avrami
Simeon Bankoff
Therese Bernbach
Eileen Bohn
Valerie Bradley
Christel Brellochs
The Center at West Park
Evelyn Collier
Rita C. Chu
Femenella & Associates
Fred Basch Architect PLLC
Friends of the Lower East Side
GACE Consulting Engineers DPC
Jill Gill
Jeffrey Jacobson
Stephen Johnson
Louise Laheurte
Brenda Levin
Margo Levine
LPE Engineering, PC
George McNeely
Ann Michell
Linda N.
Sarah Ripple
William Rockwell
Joseph Rosenberg
Save Harlem Now!
Seward Park Conservancy
Helene Silver
Judy Stanton
Thomas Phifer and Partners
Thornton Tomasetti
Marilyn Tuck
Robin Verges
WJE Engineers & Architects, P.C.
Barbara Yanni
Lori Zabar

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