- Associated Press - Saturday, December 5, 2015

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - A 19th century Adirondack “great camp” and a downtown Albany hotel are among the seven winners of the 2015 New York State Historic Preservation Awards.

The awards are given annually to honor the protection and rejuvenation of New York’s historic resources.

The projects receiving awards this week include Camp Santanoni, a preserved compound for the wealthy in the Adirondack wilderness.

Other recipients are the Renaissance Albany Hotel in Albany, the Mary Helen Joint Meeting House in Steuben County, the Old Brooklyn Fire Headquarters in Brooklyn, the Pike Block in Syracuse, Building 14 of Cadence Square in Canandaigua and the Underground Railroad History Project in Albany.



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