We are pleased to hold our 36th Annual Meeting & Awards Ceremony at The Cosmopolitan Club. The Regency Revival-style building was designed by architect Thomas Harlan Ellett in 1932 and is a fitting setting to recognize the fine restoration, renovation, and advocacy work on the Upper East Side over the past year.
Please join us in celebrating our awardees at this momentous occasion!
Tuesday, March 26th, 2019
The Cosmopolitan Club
122 East 66th Street
*Proper attire is required (jackets for men and attire of similar formality for women).
2019 Awards Recipients
The Venetian Room, Cultural Services of the French Embassy
Yorkville Heritage Award
245 East 78th Street
Good Neighbor Award
Streetscape Innovation Award
Exterior Restoration Award
755 Park Avenue
Good Stewardship Award
Carl Schurz Park Conservancy
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This spring, FRIENDS of the Upper East Side Historic Districts will celebrate outstanding achievement in preservation, architecture, and advocacy on the Upper East Side during our 37th Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony.
The awards categories are flexible and can vary each year. Among other areas of accomplishment, previous winners have demonstrated excellence in Restoration, Rehabilitation, Design, and Stewardship. Individuals and advocacy groups are also eligible.
FRIENDS seeks nomination for both architecture and advocacy. The awards committee will consider all submissions, large and small, that have furthered the cause of maintaining the special sense of place of the Upper East Side.
Please read our eligibility requirements below and submit nominations by January 20, 2020.
- Projects must be located between 59th and 110th Streets, and between 5th Avenue and the East River, including Central Park and Roosevelt Island.
- Projects must have been substantially completed between December 1, 2018 and December 1, 2019.
- Only the exteriors of architectural projects and/or historically significant interiors will be considered.
- Preservation projects should be for restoration, rehabilitation, or adaptive re-use of historic buildings (including post-World War II architecture). The buildings may be located either in or out of the historic districts.
- New construction is also eligible.
- Individuals or advocacy groups must have contributed to the preservation of the Upper East Side’s built environment.