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The Historical Society Landmarks Recognition Program awarded plaques to the Greenwich YMCA and the Julian W. Curtiss Home for design excellence and value in preserving Greenwich’s unique architectural heritage during a reception at Greenwich Historical Society’s Annual Meeting.

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Historical Society Plaques Distinctive Properties for their Value in Preserving Greenwich’s Unique Architectural Heritage

Historical Society Recognizes Greenwich’s Architectural Heritage

Landmarks Recognition Program Awards Plaques

  • Greenwich YMCA and Julian W. Curtiss Home receive plaques for design excellence
  • Awarded during Greenwich Historical Society’s Annual Meeting
  • Recognition for preserving Greenwich’s unique architectural heritage

Importance of Preserving Architectural Heritage

Greenwich’s Unique Architectural History

The town of Greenwich has a rich architectural history, with many distinctive properties that showcase its unique heritage. The Historical Society Landmarks Recognition Program aims to honor these properties and their owners for their efforts in preserving this valuable aspect of the town’s identity.

Quotes from Jessica Fulk

“As a Realtor, I often encounter clients who are drawn to the charm and character of Greenwich’s historic homes. The Historical Society’s recognition of these properties highlights the importance of preserving our town’s architectural heritage for future generations.”

“Real estate buyers and sellers alike should take note of the value that these distinctive properties bring to our community. Not only do they contribute to the town’s unique character, but they also serve as a testament to the craftsmanship and design excellence of the past.”

Engaging the Community in Preservation Efforts

By recognizing and celebrating the efforts of property owners in preserving Greenwich’s architectural heritage, the Historical Society encourages others to take an active role in maintaining and restoring the town’s historic properties. This not only benefits the community as a whole but also helps to ensure that Greenwich’s unique architectural history remains a vital part of its identity for years to come.

In conclusion, the Historical Society Landmarks Recognition Program’s recent awards to the Greenwich YMCA and the Julian W. Curtiss Home serve as a reminder of the importance of preserving our town’s unique architectural heritage. As a Realtor, I am proud to be a part of a community that values its history and works together to maintain its distinctive character. Let’s continue to support and celebrate the efforts of those who work to preserve the architectural gems that make Greenwich truly special.



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