Tempe house rehab project wins governor’s award
The Rose Eisendrath House Rehabilitation in Tempe is among the winners of the 2016 Governor’s Heritage Honor Awards. The winners will be recognized at noon June 10 at the 2016 Historic Preservation Conference at the Crowne Plaza Phoenix Airport Hotel, 4300 East Washington St.
These awards recognize people, organizations and projects that represent outstanding achievements in preserving Arizona’s prehistoric and historic resources.
The Rose Eisendrath House is a historic 1930s Pueblo Revival adobe house in Tempe that has been restored by the Rio Salado Foundation. $4.3 million has been raised over the past 10 years for the restoration.