The Dielman Inn in New Windsor, Maryland is a commercial corner property of several buildings that were cobbled together over almost 200 years of occupation and use. This complex structure of different construction methods and materials offers up some challenges including all the way to it’s foundation.
Architectural documentation is often one of the first steps to a preservation rehabilitation project! At the nearly 200 year old structure of the Dielman Inn in New Windsor, Maryland, documentation was essential to understanding the evolution of the building over time before beginning a complex reuse project.
Since 1997, the Heritage Fund grant program has distributed over a million dollars in direct support for historic preservation projects in Maryland! This November, the selection committee awarded nearly $150,000 to ten deserving and unique projects across the state.
The new class of Six-to-Fix projects represent the next step for Preservation Maryland’s proactive preservation program and are one of the broadest, most diverse and inclusive collection of projects we have ever tackled.