Won’t You Be Our Neighbor!

 313 E. Grand River – Thelma Joyce Osteen Comfort Station


Beautiful historic building fully restored in 2013. A gem in the heart of Old Town Lansing. The available first floor space is perfect for office, gallery or retail operations. Location is high visibility for vehicle and foot traffic. Building features all new heating/air conditioning systems, new finishes, and abundant natural light. Building meets all current codes, includes a monitored fire alarm system, and is completely ADA accessibility. The second floor is the headquarters for the Michigan Historic Preservation Network (MHPN).

The available 1st floor space is approximately 450 square feet.

For more information contact Nancy Finegood at 517-371-8080.


Preservation Lobby Day 2014

National Historic Preservation Advocacy Week

Monday, March 3 – 6, 2014

Madison Hotel in Washington, DC.

Preservation Action and the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Offices (NCSHPO) organize our industry’s Advocacy Week each year, bringing over 250 preservationists to Washington, DC to promote sound federal preservation policy and programs.

New this year: “

  • Preservation Pitch: Talking to the Media with Connie Mitchell Ford of the Wall Street Journal;
  • Preservation Bests of 2013 Award Ceremony at the Congressional Reception hosted byPreservation Action, National Trust Community Investment Corporation and National Trust for Historic Preservation;
  • Domestic Policy session by Preservation Action; and
  • Along with the announcement of our Advocacy Scholars, an expanded session for students.

Early Bird registration rates expire Friday, February 14th! Please pass along the  registration link to your friends and colleagues and encourage their participation.

Contact MHPN if you are interested in attending.