HUD Secretary's Awards
HUD SECRETARY'S HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DESIGN AWARDS
The Housing and Custom Residential Committee Knowledge Community of The American Institute of
Architects (AIA), in
conjunction with the Office of the Secretary of Housing and
Urban Development, created an awards program to recognize
the best in residential housing design.
This award recognizes projects that embrace and demonstrate the revitalizing potential of mixed-use and mixed-income housing developments.
2010 Award Application
HUD SECRETARY'S AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN HISTORIC PRESERVATION
Each year the National Trust for Historic Preservation celebrates the best of preservation by presenting National Preservation Awards to individuals and organizations whose contributions demonstrate outstanding achievements in historic preservation. This year the National Trust and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) are presenting a new award, the "HUD Secretary's Award for Excellence In Historic Preservation."
The "HUD Secretary's Award for Excellence In Historic Preservation" recognizes organizations and agencies for their success in advancing the goals of historic preservation while providing affordable housing and/or expanded economic opportunities, particularly for low- and moderate-income families and individuals.
2009 Award Application
2008 recipient - The Curley School, Ajo, Arizona
2007 recipient - Hilliard Homes, Chicago, Illinois
2006 recipient - The Midtown Exchange, Minneapolis, Minnesota
2005 recipient - Umpqua Community Development Corporation, Roseburg, Oregon
2004 recipient - Reviviendo Family Housing, Lawrence, Massachusetts
2003 recipient - Ziegler Estate/La Casita Verde Childcare Center, Los Angeles, California
2002 recipient - The Hamilton Hotel, Laredo, Texas
2001 recipient - Famicos Foundation for the Notre Dame Academy, Cleveland, Ohio
2000 recipient - City of Covington, Kentucky Urban Reclamation Program
1999 recipient - Belle Shore Apartments in Chicago
1998 recipient - A.T. Lewis and Rio Grande Lofts in Denver, CO
HUD SECRETARY'S BEST IN AMERICAN LIVING AWARD
The "HUD Secretary's Award for Excellence" program recognizes
design excellence produced through cooperative public/private
efforts that expand homeownership opportunities for underserved
Lists of winners from 2004, 2003,