DeMuro Award

2013 DeMuro Awards

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Portland Mayor Charlie Hales was the featured speaker at the 2013 DeMuro Awards. Photo by Drew Nasto

Portland Mayor Charlie Hales was the featured speaker at the 2013 DeMuro Awards.
Photo by Drew Nasto

Anthony Belluschi accepted a DeMuro award for his thoughtful and sensitive work on Pietro Belluschi's Burkes-Belluschi house. Photo by Drew Nasto

Anthony Belluschi accepted a DeMuro award for his thoughtful and sensitive work on Pietro Belluschi’s Burkes-Belluschi house.
Photo by Drew Nasto

Attendees review the list of honorees at the 2013 DeMuro Awards Photo by Drew Nasto

Attendees review the list of honorees at the 2013 DeMuro Awards
Photo by Drew Nasto

DeMuro Award

The DeMuro Award honors extraordinary historic rehabilitation projects and compatible infill development across Oregon – residential and commercial, urban and rural, private and public. The award is named in honor of Art DeMuro whose redevelopment of historic properties such as the White Stag Block set the standard for quality, creativity, persistence, and business acumen.

Nominations for the 2014 DeMuro Award are due August 11th!

Our annual DeMuro Award celebrates the best preservation, adaptive reuse, and community revitalization projects in Oregon.

Take a virtual tour of the 2013 DeMuro Award Recipients!

Statewide Partner of the National Trust for Historic Preservation