The National Housing & Rehabilitation Association, in association with the National Trust Community Investment Corporation, presented its 2010 J. Timothy Anderson Awards for Excellence in Historic Rehabilitation (“Timmy” Awards) at a special luncheon ceremony in Boston on October 19 as part of the 2010 Fall Developers Forum conference. One winner in each of six categories, plus two judges’ awards were selected from 14 finalist projects. The name and location of each project receiving a 2010 Timmy Award are provided below.

  • Best Historic Rehab Utilizing LIHTC
    Bourne Mill Apartments (Tiverton, Rhode Island)
  • Best Mixed-Income or Market-Rate Residential
    50 Saint Peter Street (Salem, Massachusetts)
  • Most Innovative Adaptive Re-Use
    American Brewery “Brewhouse” Building (Baltimore, Maryland)
  • Best Historic Rehab Utilizing NMTCs
    Roshek Redevelopment (Dubuque, Iowa)
  • Most Advanced Financial Structure
    Apartments at the Belmont (Belmont, New York)
  • Best Historic Rehab Involving New Construction
    Wilber School Apartments (Sharon, Massachusetts)
  • Judges’ Award
    National Park Seminary (Silver Spring, Maryland)
  • Judges’ Award
    Spring Garden Revitalization II (Covington, Kentucky)