Greg De Vries, ASLA and two other Ann Arbor residents, have been appointed to the Inglis House Historic District Study Committee, reports MLive.

The group was selected in a unanimous vote by the city council and have been tasked with studying the history of the historic house to determine its qualifications for historic district protections.  
 
The MLive article goes on to briefly describe the history behind this 90 year old house as well as the city’s dedication to historic preservation. Ann Arbor, Michigan has several historic districts making it an enticing destination for passionate historic preservationists like Greg De Vries.  

Greg joined Quinn Evans Architects at the Ann Arbor location in the fall of 2016. Greg is currently the Project Manager in the preparation of a Cultural Landscape Report and Environmental Assessment for the Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers National Monument in Wilberforce, Ohio (a National Historic Landmark). Additional work includes projects for the National Park Services and the National Air and Space Museum renovation in Washington DC.  
 
To access the full article by MLive, click here.