Bedford Springs Resort
Bedford Springs, PA
Original Construction: 1806
Original Architect: Solomon Filler
Restoration Completed: 2007
Project Cost: $120 million
Scale: 330,000 sq. ft.
Services Provided: Historic Architect; Preservation Consultant for Federal Historic Tax Credits; Conservation Easements and Lost Development
Preservation Pennsylvania: 2008 Construction Award for Commercial and Industrial Buildings
National Trust for Historic Preservation: 2009 Honor Award for Excellence
The Bedford Springs Resort, a National Historic Landmark, includes 11 historic buildings and a noted golf course set on 300 acres in the southern Allegheny Mountains. After lying vacant for decades, the mineral springs resort hotel has been rehabilitated and returned to its original use. Despite being over 200 years old and suffering from extended neglect, the resort’s historic features were carefully restored to preserve its unique character. The $120 million project included over 330,000 sq. ft. of space and was completed in August 2007.
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