fbpx 34th Annual Preservation Achievement Awards | Boston Preservation Alliance

The best way to preserve a space is by making it useful. This collection of six outstanding preservation projects does just that. Each one brings life to tired corners allowing a new generation of Bostonians to create memories of these historic places and spaces. Crumbling parking lots host neighborhood events. Old utility buildings foster entrepreneurship. A gutted neighborhood home is reimagined to serve as a dwelling of the 21st-century. These projects are not only useful spaces but are useful in telling the story of Boston.

This year’s festivities will be held on the evening of Thursday, October 20, 2022, at the Speedway. Save the date!

We will be continually updating this page. Stay tuned to hear who will be the recipients of the President’s Award For Excellence and Codman Award For Lifetime Achievement.

If you or your company wish to be early sponsors of the Awards, contact Kali Noble, knoble@bostonpreservation.org.

See our 2020 Award Recipients    See Our 2021 Award Recipients 

Congratulations to our 2022 Preservation Achievement Award recipients!

David Hacin

President's Award for Excellence: David Hacin and Hacin + Associates

The Boston Preservation Alliance is pleased to present our 2022 President’s Award for Excellence to David Hacin and Hacin + Associates.

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Lydia Lowe in Chinatown Street, looking to the right.

2022 Codman Award for Lifetime Achievement: Lydia Lowe

The Boston Preservation Alliance is pleased to present our 2022 Codman Award for Lifetime Achievement to Lydia Lowe, whose work has reflected her determination on serving the public and preserving cultural identity of Boston’s Chinatown—the only surviving historic ethnic Chinese enclave in New England. 

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Thank you to all our corporate members, including: