Sears House, 213 Cantril St.
Owners Steve and Bev Williams were recognized for their project, which represents “preservation of historic architectural details to portray the history and heritage of Castle Rock.”
Joyce Homes’ Feathergrass Development in The Meadows was awarded this honor. The
nominating team found this project “provides a great example of how sustainability techniques and use of modern building materials can be incorporated into a tract home development.”
Mikelson Home, 695 N. Lewis St.
Owners Randy and Carrie Mikelson were recognized for their project, which “represents an excellent use of old and new construction techniques while respecting the heritage and history of the property.”
The Grange, 3692 Meadows Blvd.
The Meadows Homeowners Association owns this building, which was recognized for its incorporation of modern construction techniques while using a barn-style building “to enhance the heritage of ranching previously conducted on the property.”
Spiral Pointe, 103 Fourth St. Local firm Spiral Corporation was recognized for this project, which “respects the history and heritage of Castle Rock’s Council-approved design guidelines while incorporating modern construction materials and innovative design elements.”
Commercial/Industrial Site Development
Sunset Stone, 702 Prairie Hawk Drive The nominating team found this project “represents a unique and inspiring solution to a metal industrial building and site expansion.”
Philip S. Miller Library, 100 S. Wilcox St. The library was recognized for its “reuse and upgrade of an abandoned structure in the Downtown core,” which was “critical to restoring the health and vitality of our community character and heritage.”
Skate Park at Metzler Ranch Community Park, 4175 Trail Boss Road The Town Parks and Recreation Department was recognized for its cooperation with the community’s youth “to promote social interaction and provide users with a safe and fun environment to exercise and enjoy outdoor activities.”