Restoration Celebration and DeMuro Awards

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Ecotrust Building

721 NW 9th Ave

Portland, OR 97209

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DeMuro Award

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Our annual DeMuro Award celebrates the best preservation, adaptive reuse, and community revitalization projects in Oregon

Wednesday, Nov. 6th
5:30 – 7pm
Ecotrust Building
721 NW 9th Avenue, Portland
Special guest speaker: Portland Mayor Charlie Hales

Enjoy fine wine, hearty hors d’oeuvres, and celebrate the best of restoration and reuse. Also hear the recommendations of the 2013 Preservation Roundtable on Rehabbing Oregon’s Incentives for Historic Preservation.

The DeMuro Award honors extraordinary historic rehabilitation projects and compatible infill development across Oregon – residential and commercial, urban and rural, private and public. The award is named in honor of Art DeMuro whose redevelopment of historic properties such as the White Stag Block set the standard for quality, creativity, persistence, and business acumen.

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Ecotrust Building

721 NW 9th Ave

Portland, OR 97209

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Organizer Restore Oregon

Organizer of Restoration Celebration and DeMuro Awards

Preserve, Reuse, and Pass Forward Oregon's historic resources...

What is it that makes Oregon, OREGON? It’s not just our great outdoors. It’s also our historic homes and neighborhoods, bridges and barns, churches, monuments and storefronts.

Restore Oregon seeks to protect these resources and the tremendous energy, craftsmanship, and heritage they embody.

To Ensure Livable,
Sustainable Communities.

Historic preservation isn’t backward looking; it’s forward looking. The built environment is one of our most renewable resources and the rehabilitation and reuse of existing buildings is essential to a healthy environment.

We are all about maintaining livability, pedestrian scale, authenticity, distinctiveness, community connectedness, cultural roots, and not wasting what we have already paid for.

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