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File #: 19-0428    Version: 1
Type: decision Status: Passed
File created: 4/30/2019 In control: City Council
Agenda date: 5/7/2019 Final action: 5/7/2019
Title: Approval of 2019 Historic Preservation Award Nominees
Attachments: 1. WELL 80 Award Nomination 2019, 2. Jeannette Hayner Media Center Award Nomination 2019, 3. Jackie Wall Award Nomination 2019, 4. Michelle Sadlier Award Nomination 2019
Related files: 19-0416
Title
Approval of 2019 Historic Preservation Award Nominees

Recommended Action
Committee Recommendation:
The Heritage Commission recommends the nominees for the 2019 Historic Preservation Award.

City Manager Recommendation:
Move to approve the nominees for 2019 Historic Preservation Awards.

Report
Issue:
Whether to approve the nominees for 2019 Historic Preservation Awards.

Staff Contact:
Marygrace Goddu, Historic Preservation Officer, Community Planning & Development, 360.753.8031.

Presenter(s):
None - Consent Calendar Item.

Background and Analysis:
The Heritage Commission works to promote excellence in historic preservation. To that end, the Commission nominates and recommends recipients for Olympia's Annual Historic Preservation Awards. These awards recognize people, projects, and places that serve as models for preserving and championing our cultural and built heritage.

This year there are four recommended recipients for 2019 Historic Preservation Awards.

Following Council approval, formal presentation of these awards is scheduled for May 16 at the Capitol Theater, at an Olympia Design Month event to be hosted by the Olympia Heritage Commission. That event is free and open to the public and begins at 7 pm.

The 2019 Historic Preservation Award Nominees are:

1. The owners and design team for Well-80 (514 Fourth Ave E), including Chris and Robert Knudson, Tovani Hart Architects, Neil Meyer, Architect; and Bargreen-Ellingson, Restaurant Design.

This award is the first ever to recognize new construction. The Well 80 building is an exemplary model for sympathetic design of a new building within a historic context, and goes even further to celebrate the history of brewing in the interior and the artesian well in its naming.

2. The Board of Directors of TVW, Washington's Public Affairs Network, for their sensitive rehabilitation of the Jeannette C. Hayner Media Center (1058 Capitol Way South). This project is a model for adaptive re-use o...

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