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St. Pete Preservation Announces 22 Awards

By JON WILSON, Consulting Editor, TB Reporter

City Council member Darden Rice, two re-purposed service stations, Sunken Gardens, and several outstanding houses were among the honorees. 

ST. PETERSBURG — The city’s leading preservation organization has honored 22 people, programs and structures that have contributed to St. Petersburg’s appearance, character and charm. City Council member Darden Rice was presented St. Petersburg Preservation’s President’s Award for her consistent support of the organization’s goals.And four awards went to honorees in historic African American neighborhoods.

The catered awards event was held at the St. Petersburg Woman’s Club last week. Bob Jeffrey, a previous winner, was honored in the Multi-Family Restoration or Rehabilitation category. Jeffrey’s project in Historic Kenwood almost always produces laughter at the mention of its name: the Costa Lotta Apartments.

The complete list is below. And for more about St. Pete Preservation, visit stpetepreservation.org.

Bethel ame church at 912 Third ave. n was established in 1894 and is the city’s oldest predominantly african american church. Photo courtesy of St. Pete Preservation
Award of Merit Adaptive Re-use: PomPom’s Tea House and Sandwicheria, 2950 Central Ave.

Award of Honor Adaptive Re-use Residential to Commercial: Crescent Lake Family Dentistry, 2135 Dr. MLK Jr. St.

Award of Honor Adaptive Re-use Commercial: Urban Comfort Restaurant and Brewery/Urban Restaurants Group, 2601 Central Ave.

Award of Merit Residential Rehabilitation or Restoration: Jennifer and David Jaffe, 1520 Second St. N; Barrie Weissman and John Rinehimer, 1210 35th St. N.

Award of Honor Residential Rehabilitation or Restoration: Sharon Winters and Kendall Reid and All Trades Restoration/Cassie Hollis, 806 18th Ave. NE; Thomas & Deborah Bogan, 2761 Second Ave. N.

Award of Honor Midcentury Restoration: Gerry Broughman Birdcage House, 721 Pinellas Point Drive.

Award of Honor Landmark Restoration or Rehabilitation: Ken and Elizabeth Grimes, Monticello Apartments, 750 Third St. N.

Award of Honor Multi-Family Restoration or Rehabilitation: Bob Jeffrey, Costa Lotta Apartments, 2003 Burlington Ave. N.

 Award of Honor Cultural Guardian: Fannye A. Ponder Meeting House, 1835 Ninth Ave. S, Metropolitan Council of Negro Women; All Trades Restoration/Cassie Hollis

 Award of Honor Compatible Infill: Ken Jenkins and Chad Williams, 2120 Dartmouth Ave. N.

 Award of Honor Preservation Technology and Craftsmanship – Institution: Historic Bethel AME Church; All Trades Restoration/Cassie Hollis.  

Award of Honor Preservation Technology and Craftsmanship –  Commercial/Residential: Snell Arcade, 490 Central Ave.

Award of Honor Residential Stewardship: Kent and Joan Ulrich, Thomas Whitted House, 656 First St. N.

Award of Honor Commercial Stewardship: Yates Barbershop, 1235 22nd St. S.

Award of Honor Contribution to Neighborhood Preservation: Elihu and Carolyn Brayboy, Chief’s Creole Cafe, 22nd Street S.

Award of Honor Education or Publication: Will Michaels, Historic Preservation Column in Old Northeast Journal and author of Hidden History of St. Petersburg. 

Award of Honor Keep St. Pete Special: St. Petersburg Shuffleboard Club

Award of Honor Living Traditions: Flamingos Forever Project, Sunken Garden Forever Foundation

Award of Honor Hands on Preservation: Steve Quillian, Historic Homes Workshop and Wood Window Makeover.

President’s Award: City of St. Petersburg Council Member Darden Rice

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