2016 Nominees

Categories are as follows.

1) Residential Rehabilitation, in which someone has restored a period home in a manner representative of the original styling.

2) Adaptive Reuse, in which an old building has been restored in sympathy with its historic period or architectural style, even if the current function of the building is not the same as its historic function (i.e. an old house restored as a business).

3) Culturally Significant would indicate a building that has contributed to or exemplifies cultural trends in the City of Green Bay.

4) Architecturally Significant would indicate a building that exemplifies a certain architectural style or is the work of a well-known architect.

5) Socially Significant would indicate a building that was and might still be important to the social life of the city.

6) Historically Significant would indicate a building that played an important role in the history of Green Bay, or exemplified part of Green Bay history.

Nominees within each category are as follows.

1) Residential rehab

Corner of Ashland & Walnut

“Cheryl’s porch”


704 S Jackson (repaint & conversion to single family)


945 S Monroe (repaint)


1136 S Monroe (porch stabilization – came before HPC in 2015)

2) Adaptive reuse

The Automobile Gallery ( http://www.theautomobilegallery.org/ )


The Frankenthal Building





Across from Neighborworks, 800-804 Chicago Street — the Allouez Mineral Springs Co building.  See also the WI AHI entry here.


The Cannery (and nearby work in progress)


Pete’s Garage (nearing completion – now complete)

Gasoline, a bar at 709 S Broadway



Tranquility Spa, 300 S Broadway, looking good with wood siding.

3) Culturally Significant

Historic tree at 324 S Clay.


161 N Oakland

4) Architecturally Significant

161 N Oakland (above)

others above?

5) Socially Significant

Neighborworks (above)

161 N Oakland (above)

Gasoline (above)

Cannery (above)

6) Historically Significant

Was the YMCA mentioned?