NH&RA Awards Five Timmys to MHA Projects

Yesterday in Boston, the National Housing & Rehabilitation Association (NH&RA) presented nine prestigious “Timmy” Awards. This is the 11th year of the program that honors the memory of Boston architect, educator and preservation advocate, Timothy J. Anderson and acknowledges outstanding real estate projects that transform older, historic buildings into new uses with historic tax credits.

Congratulations to all of the winners and finalists, and especially to the project teams of which we had the honor of being part of.

Best Commercial/Retail/Non-Residential Project

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Stony Island Arts Bank

Chicago, IL
Developer | The Stony Group, LLC
Architect | Fitzgerald Associates Architects
Historic Consultant | MacRostie Historic Advisors LLC

Best Historic Rehab Utilizing LIHTCs – Small

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The Lofts at NoDa Mills

Charlotte, NC
Developer | The Community Builders
Architect | Shook Kelley, Inc.
Historic Consultant | MacRostie Historic Advisors LLC

*Also a finalist for Judges’ Award: Best Historic Mill or Factory Rehabilitation

Best Market Rate/Mixed-Income Residential

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ARC at Old Colony

Chicago, IL
Developer | MCJ Development and CA Ventures
Architect |  Pappageorge Haymes Partners
Historic Consultant | MacRostie Historic Advisors LLC

Judges' Award: Best Historic Mill or Factory Rehabilitation

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A-Mill Artists Lofts

Minneapolis, MN
Developer | Dominium
Architect | BKV Group
Historic Consultant | MacRostie Historic Advisors LLC

*Also a finalist for 
Best Historic Rehab Utilizing LIHTCs - Large

Judges’ Award: Achievement in Sustainability

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Monsenor Romero Apartments

Washington, DC
Developer | NHT Enterprise
Architect | Wiencek & Associates
Historic Consultant | MacRostie Historic Advisors LLC

FINALIST Best Market Rate/Mixed-Income Residential

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Edge at Union Station

Worcester, MA
Developer | Vision Properties
Architect | Benoit Design Group
Historic Consultant | MacRostie Historic Advisors LLC

FINALIST Judges’ Award: Most Innovative Adaptive Reuse

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Nichols Tower at Homan Square

Chicago, IL
Developer | Foundation for Homan Square
Architect | Solomon Cordwell Buenz
Historic Consultant | MacRostie Historic Advisors LLC