Bronxville Historical Conservancy Preservation Award
Honors individuals, organizations and businesses that have strengthened the historic fabric of our community through their exceptional commitment to preserving an understanding of its rich past and unique character. Projects that demonstrate excellence in preservation, restoration, and conservation in the Village of Bronxville are recognized for this award. Award Categories include: Architectural Restoration; Conservation of Architectural Elements; Renovations and Additions; Garden and Landscape Design; Craftsmanship and Fine Art; Preservation of the Historical Record; and Stewardship and Advocacy
Nominations are accepted by the Conservancy January 1 of each year through November 1. The project must be complete at the time of submission. Self-nominations are welcome. For more information and entry details, please click here.
2017 Presentation Award Winner – The Bronxville Public Library Art Collection
In December 2017, the year’s Preservation Award was presented to Sarah Normand, chair of the board of trustees of the Bronxville Public Library on behalf of the Bronxville Public Library’s art collection. The art collection was selected as a demonstration of excellence in stewardship, as well as preservation, restoration, and conservation. “This award is particularly meaningful in that it recognizes ‘stewardship,'” remarked Normand. “So many community members over the years played a part in the restoration, cataloguing, appraisal, security, and overall conservation of this collection.” She thanked members of the Friends of the Library, the trustees of the library, and curator Jayne Warman for their efforts in preserving this important collection of American paintings, drawings, sculpture, etchings, and prints and securing Bronxville’s history as an art colony.
2016 Presentation Award Winner – Houlihan Lawrence
At the 2016 BHC Annual Meeting and Holiday Party, the Bronxville Historical Conservancy presented the 2016 Preservation Award to the Exterior Restoration of the Prescott Farm Gate Lodge, Historic Headquarters of Lawrence Enterprises, currently the 4 Valley Road office of Houlihan Lawrence.
2015 Presentation Award Winner – Peoples United Bank
The Bronxville Historical Conservancy presented Peoples United Bank the 2015 Preservation Award inThe Conservation of Architectural Elements Category to Peoples United Bank for their restoration of the 1920s Gramatan National Bank clock.