The National Housing & Rehabilitation Association is pleased to present the seventh annual J. Timothy Anderson Awards for Excellence in Historic Rehabilitation. The “Timmy” awards honor outstanding rehabilitation and preservation projects based on overall design and quality, interpretation and respect of historic elements, impact on the community, and financial and market success.
- Best Commercial/Retail/Non-Residential Project
- Best Historic Rehab Utilizing LIHTCs (Small/Up to $5 million total development cost)
- Best Historic Rehab Utilizing LIHTCs (Large/Over $5 million total development cost)
- Best Historic Rehab Utilizing New Markets Tax Credits
- Best Market-Rate / Mixed-Income Residential
- Best Historic Rehabilitation Project Involving New Construction
(Please be sure to review the Timmy Awards FAQ question 6 before submitting your application in this category)
- Most Innovative Adaptive Reuse
Additionally, this year there will be two special Judges Awards, drawn from the applicant pool for
- Most Advanced Financial Structure
- Achievement in Sustainability
How to Apply
Anyone familiar with a deserving project is invited to submit an application today!
Entries for the 2011 “Timmy” awards will be accepted until July 15, 2011.
Click here to download the application and instructions.
Don’t forget to review all of the application materials including FAQs before you apply.
About the Tim Anderson
NH&RA created the “Timmy Awards“ as a tribute to Boston architect and preservation advocate J. Timothy Anderson. “Anderson was a singular figure in the preservation industry pioneering the adaptive reuse of historic buildings,” said Peter Bell, Executive Director of the National Housing & Rehabilitation Association and a close personal friend of Anderson’s. His legacy includes numerous Boston area projects as well as the seminal study that helped launch preservation efforts in the art deco South Beach district of Miami Beach in the late “˜70s.
For more than 40 years National Housing & Rehabilitation Association, a Washington, DC-based trade association has been providing an ongoing forum for professionals in affordable housing and historic rehabilitation to exchange information, assess trends and build new business relationships.
NH&RA Thanks Our 2011 Timmy Awards Sponsor