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Preservation Conference 2007

Preservation has been on everyone’s mind lately. From the First Security Bank Building in Salt Lake City to other bids to save cherished local landmarks like Brigham Young Academy and the Park City Miner’s Hospital, increasingly Utahns recognize the value of saving Utah’s historic architecture. On April 26-28, 2007, Utah Heritage Foundation hosted our first-ever conference to do so. Architects, community leaders, contractors, planners, realtors, appraisers, preservationists, and just homeowners attended the 2007 Utah Preservation Conference.

Downtown Re-Born: 2007 Historic Building Tour

Utah Heritage Foundation hosted Downtown Re-Born: Commercial and Residential, our Annual Historic Building Tour on Saturday, April 28, 2007 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

2007 Conference Education Sessions

Several great professionals shared preservation information at our Conference Education Sessions.

Keynote Address by Paul Goldberger


To make our first conference truly memorable, Paul Goldberger, architectural critic from the New Yorker magazine addressed the conference on architecture and trends in historic preservation.

2007 Conference Overview

The following activities were available at the 2007 Utah Preservation Conference.