ARCH Announces Most Endangered List, ARCHie Winners
ARCH Inc., a Fort Wayne-based historic preservation organization, has released its annual list of Most Endangered properties and places in the area. This year's edition includes 13 entries. During its annual ARCHie Awards, the group has also recognized the individual and organizational efforts involving outstanding preservation projects.
The 2017 Endangered List includes:
- Various resources at Fort Wayne parks, including a pavilion and multiple bridges
- Fort Wayne Box Co. Historic District
- Paul Kinder House
- Anthony Wayne Motors Building and East Washington Historic Storefronts
- Oddfellows Lodge
- General Electric Broadway Campus
- Roadside Architecture
- Fort Wayne Bible College
- Township Era Schools
- C.F. Bleke Farmhouse
- Canal House
- 3325 Wells Street
- Rialto Theater
Individual project winners for 2017 include:
- Single-Family Rehabilitation Winners: Becky Johnson, 1026 W Washington; The Burrell Group, 1313 W Wayne Street
- Single-Family Rehabilitation Commendations: William & Cindy Gravatt, 11134 Grabill Road; The Bees Knees, 2516 S. Harrison Street
- Multi-Family Rehabilitation Winner: Brandon Steffen, 909 W Wayne Street
- Compatible New Construction Winner: Mike, Judy & Don Anderson, 915 W Berry Street
- Compatible New Construction Commendation: OHNS, 815 W Jefferson Boulevard
- Commercial Rehabilitation Winner: Catalyst Marketing, 624 W Wayne Street
- Commercial Rehabilitation Commendation: Julie Wall (Hedgehog Press), 1016 Broadway
- Adaptive Reuse Winners: Embassy Theater/Indiana Hotel, 125 W Jefferson Boulevard; Junk Ditch Brewing, 1825 W Main Street
Rescue Award winners include:
- Matt Streicher, 4210 Drury Ln.
- Charles & Michelle Vanstrom, (Aboite Twp. School No. 4) 14318 Aboite Center Rd.
- Abbey Stombaugh, 938-940 Lake Ave.
Connect to more details about the Endangered List: