Announcing the 2015 Newton Preservation Award Winners

St. Mary’s Hall at Boston College, six private residences, and Tim Matthews, a teacher at F.A. Day Middle School in Newton who designs multi-disciplinary curricula to engage students in history, are winners of the 2015 Newton Preservation Awards.

The annual awards, a collaboration between Historic Newton and the Newton Historical Commission, recognize outstanding efforts and stewardship in local historic preservation. S+H Construction, a distinguished “Best of Boston” award winner, is the lead sponsor of the 2015 awards.

"I am pleased to join with Historic Newton and the Newton Historical Commission in congratulating the winners of this year's awards. As we look to the future it is so important to preserve and treasure the past," Mayor Setti D. Warren said.

Below is a complete list of the winners.


2015 Newton Preservation Award Winners

Institutional  Sustainability & Preservation Award:
St. Mary's Hall, Boston College

Residential Award:
9 Hillside Road

Residential Interior Award:
8 Copley Street

Stewardship Award:
7 Norman Road

Site Planning Award:
295 Mill Street

Residential, Multi-Family Award:
115 Jewett Street

Residential, Multi-Family Award:
1012-1018 Chestnut Street

Education Award:
Tim Matthews, F.A. Day Middle School