March 4, 2021 - Ethos Preservation recently announced the completion of several major projects and its involvement in others. 

The firm, owned and operated by co-principals Ellen Harris and Rebecca Fenwick, recently completed a substantial and noteworthy initiative in Richmond Hill, earning accolades in the community by authoring the Ford Avenue Historic District Design Guidelines. Developed by Henry Ford in the 1930s and ‘40s, Richmond Hill has a unique history visible in the simple frame buildings painted white built by Ford that remain along Ford Avenue. At times threatened by demolition and alteration, these buildings are now protected thanks to Ethos’ work. 

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