FRONT to receive honor for Historic Glenville Restoration
Shiny and not-so-new: Celebration of Preservation honors CLE's shining stars in historic restoration.
Cleveland has had its shares of ups and downs in the 223 years since Moses Cleaveland first set up shop, but many of the city’s homes and buildings have remained—marking the days of industry, education, Civil Rights, and prosperity. Their endurance is largely due to those who have put forth tremendous efforts to preserve and restore the structures that form Cleveland’s unique history.
On Wednesday, May 22, the Cleveland Restoration Society (CRS) and the American Institute of Architects Cleveland (AIA) will recognize groups and individuals who have gone above and beyond in restoration efforts at the annual Celebration of Preservation at Playhouse Square’s Ohio Theatre, which itself was restored in 2016.