Six projects throughout central Indiana have received awards from Indiana Landmarks. They include restoration of a more than 100-year-old library, renovation of a historic theater and work on an old jail and sheriff’s residence.
Each winner represents a different category that was announced during an annual awards presentation Thursday at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
The 2017 winners are:
- Angie’s List Old House Rehab Award – Paul and Emily Ehrgott – renovation of the 1886 McShane House in Clay Township near Carmel
- Outstanding Restoration Award – Indianapolis Public Library – rehabilitation of the East Washington Street Branch Library in Indianapolis
- Outstanding Restoration Award – Jail Property LLC – restoration of the old Boone County Jail and Sheriff’s Residence in Lebanon
- Continued Use Award – Franklin Heritage Inc. – restoration and ongoing management of the 1922 Artcraft Theatre in Franklin
- Adaptive Use Award – Van Rooy Properties – Temple Lofts, an adaptation of Philips Temple CME Church in Indianapolis