Preservation Massachusetts will be closed, beginning December 23 through the end of the year so that our staff can celebrate the holidays. We thank you for all of your support and encouragement during 2020 and look forward to working with you in the New Year! Our work and services will resume on January 4. We hope you have a happy and safe holidays!
Henry Hobson Richardson's home in Brookline is once again facing an extremely uncertain future. In mid-November Preservation Massachusetts was made aware of a demolition application for three properties in Brookline, including 25 Cottage Street where Richardson lived and worked. In 2004, the property was listed to our Massachusetts Most Endangered Historic Resources List, and PM worked with local advocates and preservation partners to find a viable preservation solution for t
At this time of year, we wanted to take a moment and express our gratitude for your support, encouragement, participation, creativity and sheer resiliency this year! Thank you for all you do for preservation in your community, and in Massachusetts. We look forward to brighter days ahead in 2021. Starting December 23, Preservation Massachusetts will be closed through the end of 2020 so that our staff can celebrate the holidays. We will be back on our emails and computers start
2020 was such a different, challenging and unusual year, that we decided to change things up a bit for our annual appeal. Instead of a mailing outlining our accomplishments (and despite everything there were many!), we have pulled back the curtain and asked our staff to share some personal thoughts about preservation and what their jobs and interactions with our partners and advocates mean to them. We hope you will take a few moments to watch and join us in being extremely g