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  • The Franklin Building / Watertown, NY

    Architects and Preservation Consultants for ± $9,000,000 rehabilitation of late 19th century former YWCA building located in Public Square National Register Historic District for residential and commercial occupancy. The project has received multiple awards including from the Preservation League of New York State. (2007-2010)

  • 55-57 Market Street / Potsdam, NY

    Architects and Preservation Consultants for rehabilitation of late 19th century building in the Market Street National Register Historic district for two commercial tenants and seven residential units utilizing various public funds and historic preservation tax credits. (2005-2006)

  • Five Sisters Revitalization Project / Syracuse, NY

    Architects and Preservation Consultants for comprehensive rehabilitation of five contiguous two-family Queen Anne style residences located on Park Avenue as part of a neighborhood revitalization project sponsored by Home Headquarters, Inc. a not-for-profit organization dedicated to revitalizing and stabilizing neighborhoods in Syracuse and Onondaga County. These houses were then transferred to a developer who has remodeled the interiors and sold them to private owners. (2006-2007)

  • The Buck Building / Watertown, NY

    Architects and Preservation Consultants for renovations to late 19th century downtown commercial building within National Register District for residential use utilizing various public funds and historic preservation tax credits. (1992 - 1994)

  • The Cahill Building / Watertown, NY

    Architects and Preservation Consultants for documentation, design, code compliance, and adaptive reuse of 4 upper story apartment units in contributing building located in the Public Square National Register Historic District. (2010-2011)

  • Carthage Apartments / Carthage, NY

  • Fort Hill Square Neighborhood Revitalization Project / Auburn, NY

    Architects and Preservation Consultants for comprehensive rehabilitation of five one and two-family residences located on Westlake Avenue as part of the Fort Hill Square neighborhood revitalization project sponsored by the local Neighborhood Preservation Company (NPC), Homsite Development Corp. The Neighborhood Preservation Companies Program is designed to promote and preserve housing for low and moderate-income individuals in neighborhoods by providing planning and administrative funds to community-based non-profit corporations. This project was awarded a "Department of Housing and Urban Development Best Practice Award" in 2000.

  • Weston & Ives Buildings / Potsdam, NY

    Renovation of c. 1890's mixed use residential/commercial buildings within Market Street National Register Historic District including facade reconstruction and utilizing ERTA tax incentives. (1985)

  • The Franklin Building / Watertown, NY

    Architects and Preservation Consultants for ± $9,000,000 rehabilitation of late 19th century former YWCA building located in Public Square National Register Historic District for residential and commercial occupancy. The project has received multiple awards including from the Preservation League of New York State. (2007-2010)

  • 55-57 Market Street / Potsdam, NY

    Architects and Preservation Consultants for rehabilitation of late 19th century building in the Market Street National Register Historic district for two commercial tenants and seven residential units utilizing various public funds and historic preservation tax credits. (2005-2006)

  • Five Sisters Revitalization Project / Syracuse, NY

    Architects and Preservation Consultants for comprehensive rehabilitation of five contiguous two-family Queen Anne style residences located on Park Avenue as part of a neighborhood revitalization project sponsored by Home Headquarters, Inc. a not-for-profit organization dedicated to revitalizing and stabilizing neighborhoods in Syracuse and Onondaga County. These houses were then transferred to a developer who has remodeled the interiors and sold them to private owners. (2006-2007)

  • The Buck Building / Watertown, NY

    Architects and Preservation Consultants for renovations to late 19th century downtown commercial building within National Register District for residential use utilizing various public funds and historic preservation tax credits. (1992 - 1994)

  • The Cahill Building / Watertown, NY

    Architects and Preservation Consultants for documentation, design, code compliance, and adaptive reuse of 4 upper story apartment units in contributing building located in the Public Square National Register Historic District. (2010-2011)

  • Fort Hill Square Neighborhood Revitalization Project / Auburn, NY

    Architects and Preservation Consultants for comprehensive rehabilitation of five one and two-family residences located on Westlake Avenue as part of the Fort Hill Square neighborhood revitalization project sponsored by the local Neighborhood Preservation Company (NPC), Homsite Development Corp. The Neighborhood Preservation Companies Program is designed to promote and preserve housing for low and moderate-income individuals in neighborhoods by providing planning and administrative funds to community-based non-profit corporations. This project was awarded a "Department of Housing and Urban Development Best Practice Award" in 2000.

  • Weston & Ives Buildings / Potsdam, NY

    Renovation of c. 1890's mixed use residential/commercial buildings within Market Street National Register Historic District including facade reconstruction and utilizing ERTA tax incentives. (1985)

Crawford & Stearns has provided documentation, architectural design, planning, code compliance, historic preservation rehabilitation tax credit consulting, and historic preservation conservation services relating to the restoration, preservation and/or adaptive reuse of numerous historic properties for residential rental occupancy including the above selections.  Please select a thumbnail image to enlarge photo and see a brief description of the project.