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Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Landmarks Illinois >> Panel Discussion at Rehabilitated Historic Building (Aurora, IL.)
Landmarks Illinois Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Preservation Awards
Panel Discussion & Tour
Tuesday, June 12
inside the rehabilitated Aurora St. Charles Senior Living, recipient of
a 2017 Landmarks Illinois Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Preservation
six-story, Art Deco building, constructed in 1923 and listed on the
National Register of Historic Places, has been renovated and transformed
into a 60-unit, affordable senior housing complex.
part of the Landmarks Illinois Richard H. Driehaus Foundation
Preservation Award Program, a panel of professionals who were project
winners will talk about their experiences rehabilitating and reusing
historic properties. The discussion will focus on the planning and financing of creative building conversions. The event also includes a tour of Aurora St. Charles Senior Living and a reception.
Tuesday, June 12
3 p.m. - Tour of Aurora St. Charles Senior Living
4 p.m. - Panel Discussion
Aurora St. Charles Senior Living
400 E. New York St., Aurora
David Block, Evergreen Real Estate Group - Aurora St. Charles Senior Living; Diana Shott, Resource Bank - Resource Bank, Sycamore (gas station conversion to a bank); and John Phelps, Turner School LLC - District 2 Police Station (formerly Turner School), Rockford. The panel will be moderated by Lisa DiChiera, Landmarks Illinois Director of Advocacy.
This event is a program
of Landmarks Illinois' Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Preservation
Awards, made possible through a generous grant from the Richard H.
Driehaus Foundation to honor excellence in historic preservation. Learn
more about this annual program at our website: