Armory Revival Corporation

Armory Revival Awards

Below is a sampling of some of the awards and accolades that The Armory Revival Company and its projects have accrued over the years.

2012

Providence Preservation Society's Neighborhood Revitalization Award to The Armory Revival Company for 51-53 Wood Street, 87 Princeton Street, and 65 Grant Street in Providence.

2010

West Broadway Neighborhood Association's Ken and Rebecca Philips Award to The Armory Revival Company in recognition of the firm’s 25 years of work revitalizing through community through building restoration and civic activity.

2008

Providence Preservation Society's Rehabilitation and Neighborhood Revitalization Award to The Armory Revival Company for the Calender Mills extraordinary and positive contribution to the livability and the urban fabric of Providence.

2006

Providence Preservation Society's Adaptive Re-Use Award to The Armory Revival Company for the mixed use renovation of the Pearl Street Lofts.

J. Timothy Anderson Awards for Excellence in Historic Rehabilitation for Mixed Income Housing (Large)- Finalist – for Pearl Street Lofts.

West Broadway Neighborhood Association's Award for Adaptive Re-Use and Community Development to The Armory Revival Company for the rehab of the Pearl Street Mill.

2004

Providence Preservation Society Adaptive Re-Use and Neighborhood Revitalization Award to The Amory Revival Company for 755 Westminster Street Lofts.

2002

National Association of Homebuilders Pillar of the Industry Award for the best rehabilitation or repositioning of an asset for 101 North Main Street, College Hill Historic District.

2001

RI Magazine's 7th Annual Design Awards:

  • Gold for Residential Renovation for 101 North Main Street.
  • Gold for Residential Interior Design for 101 North Main Street.

2000

Providence Preservation Society's Adaptive Re-Use Award to The Amory Revival Company for 101 North Main Street.

1999

In May 1999, Inc. Magazine published its inaugural Inner City One-Hundred List of the "One Hundred Fastest Growing Inner City Companies in America".  The Armory Revival Company was number 14 and the only company in Rhode Island to make the list.

1998

RI Magazine's 4th Annual Design Awards. Silver for Best New Residential house for Oyster Point.

1997

Providence Preservation Society's Award for Residential Rehabilitation to the Amory Revival Company for the rehab of the historic complex at 81 Benefit Street, College Hill Historic District

1991

Builder Magazine's Best Design Award for 35 1- and 2-family homes and condominiums – Victorian, Greek and Gothic Revival – sold in City neighborhoods at $98,900 to $109,000. The successful sale of these homes has strengthened their neighborhoods through new homeownership and high quality design.  The 2-family design won the award.

Providence Preservation Society's Citation for Achievement to The Amory Revival Company for the rehab or 5-7 and 9-11 Chapin Avenue, Armory Historic District

1990

Renaissance ’90 Merit Award, Remodeling Magazine and the National Association of Homebuilders Remodelers Council, for the rehab of 5-7 and 9-11 Chapin Avenue.  Developer: The Armory Revival Company, Architect: Edwin Gregory (Providence, Rhode Island), Contractor: The Providence Revival Building Company

1989

Providence Preservation Society's Citation for Achievement to The Amory Revival Company for the revitalization of the Armory District

Documents

Rental Application (pdf)

Pet Policy (pdf)

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