Granoff Architects receives award for Greenwich Post Office

Granoff Architects received the prestigious President’s Award for National Leadership in Historic Preservation from the National Trust for Historical Preservation (NTHP) for the Greenwich Post Office project. The NTHP gave the firm the award for the transformation of the 1917 building into the RH Gallery.

The 20,000 s.f. project entailed a complete gut-rehab of the building, a new steel structure and additions of a second floor, roof garden and “pocket park” at the former loading dock on Greenwich Avenue.

Rich Granoff, the Founder and Managing Principal of Granoff Architects, accepted the award on November 5 at the opening ceremonies of the NTHP annual PastForward conference at the Washington National Cathedral. “I am thrilled to be accepting this award for Granoff Architects. Restoring the Historic Greenwich Post Office was an incredibly successful project that we are very proud of. It is a great example of successful preservation and will benefit the Town of Greenwich for future generations. I would like to thank our clients Peter Malkin and Restoration Hardware for the opportunity of working together on this distinguished project”.

Granoff Architects is the leading design firm in Greenwich, CT. Established in 1989, its staff of 27 professionals includes architects, interior designers and landscape architects.

For more information, contact Rich Granoff: [email protected].


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