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HARB presents its 2022 Historic Preservation Awards

Gettysburg’s Historic Architectural Review Board (HARB) presented awards to 20 properties that have shown outstanding creativity in the erection, reconstruction, alteration, restoration, demolition, or razing of buildings within the borough.

The awards focus on respectful design ideas including creative maintenance and new designs or construction to match buildings with existing properties.

Categories of awards included accessibility, adaptive reuse, attention to detail, general commitment to the Borough Historic District, infill, new construction, restoration, roofing, painting, and signage.

The 20 properties are:

331 Buford St.

105 E. Middle St.

122 Chambersburg St. (Kevin McCready)

208 Baltimore St. (Presbyterian Church)

111 Baltimore St. (Courthouse)

135 Buford Ave.

125 Stratton St.

1 Lincoln Square (Starbucks)

303 S. Washington St. (Louis Edwards)

211 S. Washington St.

39 E. Water St.

301 Baltimore St.  (Michael O. Hane)

251 Court Alley W.

William Bixler & Robert L. Bittick

58 Chambersburg St.

49 Steinwehr  Avenue

55 Steinwehr Ave.

128-130 Chambersburg St

50 Mayer Alley L&S Enterprises

45 W. High Street – Adams County Rehab Center

G.A.R. Building 53 E. Middle Street

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