Quinn Evans Architect's adaptive use of the former Fremont High School into Gateway Senior Housing wins a 2016 Governor's Award for Historic Preservation. 
Gov. Rick Snyder and Michigan State Housing Development Authority Executive Director Kevin Elsenheimer today announced six recipients of the 2016 Governor’s Awards for Historic Preservation. 
Thirty-eight housing units and an adjacent community center that housed the school’s gym and pool have ensured that the landmark building remains a part of Fremont life. The apartments have become the preferred place to live for seniors in the city. 

It is amazing that this iconic building can remain a part of our community and still provide such an important service. Congratulations to all of the groups that made the rehabilitation of Fremont High School a reality. 
State Rep. Jon Bumstead (R-Newaygo)


2016 Governor's Award Press Release