The demolition of a 157-year-old Erie house on the National Register of Places generated concern in the preservation community, with Jeff Kidder offering some historical context for the houses signifigance.
A 157 year old on West 21st Street was demolished sparking concern among local preservationists. The story features Jeff Kidder championing awareness for Erie's past and value of local historical districts.
The demolition of the Heman Hanes house, built during the Civil War, in one of Erie's three historic districts unprotected by city zoning. Jeff Kidder was interviewed regarding the significance of preservation and disappointment in the decision to tear the house down.
The Erie Zoning Hearing Board approved the height variance for the proposed bayfront Marriott hotel at the April 8th meeting with the asissitance of Jeff Kidder and Kidder Wachter Architecture & Design.
This article champions the local preservation, highlighting the efforts of the Erie County Historical Society and their plans to renovate and expand the Watson-Cutze Campus with the help of Kidder Wachter Architecture & Design and Kidder Wachter Jefferys Construction.