Seven To Save

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The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance announces that nominations are now open for its 2015 Seven to Save program, which spotlights endangered historic properties and helps attract new investment and re-use options for community landmarks. 

Nomination forms for 2015 may be downloaded here, or may be requested from the Preservation Alliance office at 603-224-2281.  The submission deadline is September 14.  The list will be announced at the N.H. Preservation Alliance‚Äôs annual meeting in October.  The Seven to Save program is now in its tenth year, with nearly half of the previously listed sites now considered saved. More about the program here. Information on past year's below.

Check out the 2014 Seven to Save listees here!

About Seven to Save:

The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance created Seven to Save in 2006 to focus attention and resources on significant historic properties in New Hampshire that are threatened by neglect, deterioration, insufficient funds, inappropriate development, and/or insensitive public policy.

Historic resources are eligible for the program if they are over 50 years old and are significant representations of the state's heritage. Besides historical or architectural significance, criteria for Seven to Save also include severity of the current threat to the property and the extent to which the listing will make a difference in preserving or protecting it. Check out the 2014 list!

2014 Seven to Save program sponsors include:

The Lewis Family Foundation

Anagnost Companies

Ian Blackman, LLC Restoration & Preservation

Milestone Engineering & Construction

HEB Engineers, Inc.

Lavallee Brensinger Architects

TMS Architects.

Past year's lists: