2018 Spring Preservation Awards
The 1880 Samuel G. Roberts house at 1115 8th St. S Fargo received the award for Preservation, as the current owners recently had the exterior repainted.
The 1927 Winthrop B. Howland house at 614 8th St. S Fargo received an award for restoration following an extensive effort to restore the home's exterior.
Riverside Cemetery received the preservation award for its well maintained grounds, monuments, and buildings including the Receiving Vault (1909), (now Main Office) and 1st Mausoleum (1920)
The adaptive reuse award was given to the Woodrow Apartments, a loft-apartment conversion of the 1917 Woodrow Wilson school building at 1222 4th Ave N, Fargo.
The chapel at the 1894 First United Methodist Church received the restoration award for the work that was done to restore the chapel and a large stained glass window.
The craftsman award was given to Michael Orchard Studios (Michael Orchard, Dwight Mickelson, & Nick Walberg) for their restoration of the White Hall stained glass windows (1964-72, restored 2017-18) located in 2nd Floor chapel of First United Methodist church.