Preservation Maryland gathered 300 friends on October 24, 2019 to the Baltimore Museum of Industry for the second annual Phoenix Rising benefit event in celebration of our preservation and smart growth programs and in support of the hard work ahead of us.

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After a stunning video of the organization’s major 2019 victories, Preservation Maryland’s Executive Director, Nicholas Redding, introduced the crowd to the organization’s newest class of Six-to-Fix projects. What started with a handful of priority projects in 2015 has now become a nationally recognized program that has a portfolio of 30 projects that are creating best practices for community engagement and partners to make preservation a reality for threatened resources.

With this year’s class of Six-to-Fix projects, the organization has made a direct impact on 30 dynamic projects and has resulted in the investment of over $2 million across our portfolio of projects.

To celebrate the one-year anniversary of the organization’s Smart Growth Maryland program, Phoenix Rising turned emerald green! As a major program of the organization led by its director, Kimberly Golden Brandt, Smart Growth Maryland heads several county-wide alliances and leads a statewide advocacy approach to environmental and economically sustainable growth in Maryland.

Preservation Maryland is pleased to host Phoenix Rising and offer the opportunity for celebration and conversation for our donors, sponsors, partners, and friends. We hope that the good discussions and connections made at the event spark and strengthen future preservation efforts.

Working together, preservation is a force for good across Maryland.

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Thank You!

Preservation Maryland would like to thank everyone who made Phoenix Rising a successful and fun event, including attendees, volunteers, sponsors, and project partners.

Presenting: The 1772 Foundation, The Classic Catering People, The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, Tauck Tours, Wagner Roofing Company, Worcester Eisenbrandt Inc. Platinum: Delmar Foundation, Lewis Contractors, Roland Slate Service Company, Inc. Gold: American Battlefield Trust, Azola Building Rehab, brennan + company architects, Brian J. Brennan Family Fund, Byrd Design and Build, Brown Advisory, C & H Restoration and Renovation, Chesapeake Tile and Marble, Inc., The Christman Company, CohnReznick, Consigli, Delbert Adams Construction Group, LLC, Direct Dimensions Inc., Domino Sugar, Gallagher Evelius & Jones, Gilders’ Studio, Grunley Construction, GWWO Architects, Historic Roofing Company Inc., Maryland Club, Mueller Associates, NOVO Properties, Quinn Evans Architects , Ruff Roofers, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, Somerset Development Company LLC, Southway Builders Inc., TW Perry, Ziger | Snead Architects. Silver: 1200 Architectural Engineers PLLC, Citizens for Smart Growth Allegany County, David Sutphen Designs, Ellin & Tucker, Encore Sustainable Design, Gutierrez Studios, MacRostie Historic Advisors LLC, Penza + Bailey Architects, Preserving American Wildlife, SouthFen Restoration Home Builder, Structural Restoration  Services, Inc., Waldon Studio Architects. Spirit Sponsor: McClintock Distilling. Graphic Design: Alyssa Fritz. Photography: Melynn Photography, Pixilated.