The renovation project of the American Brewery Building in Baltimore, Maryland has been featured in an article by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
In the article, the author describes the project’s funding, which included historic and new market tax credit equity. The article also describes the unique transformations that defined the project, which is now occupied by Humanin, a local organization dedicated to supporting and economically empowering individuals.
The project has been the recipient of several awards including the National Trust for Historic Preservation Honor Award, the Baltimore Heritage Historic Preservation Award, the AIA Maryland Public Building of the Year Award, and the Maryland Historic Trust Award of Excellence, among others.
“The design for the restoration and level of craftsmanship are impeccable... I cannot think of a more successful combination of historic preservation and community revitalization or a project more deserving of an honor award.”
- Tyler Gearhart, Executive Director Preservation Maryland
The team was led by QEA Principal George Holback, AIA, LEED AP and consisted of Principal Anath Ranon, AIA, LEED AP, and architects Allison McElheny, LEED AP and Lisa Reed, LEED AP BD + C.
You can access the full article here.