The Trust has special needs for those with:

​​​​Fundraising, events planning, grant writing

knowledge of local architecture and history as guides for neighborhood walking tours.

Writing skills for articles, letters to editors, press releases, website/social media.

Public speaking skills for advocacy testimony.



The Broward Trust For Historic Preservation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation dedicated to identifying, preserving, restoring and maintaining architectural heritage in Broward County, Florida.

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Annie Beck Home

SAVING & MOVING


In 1977, Mrs. Beck`s home of 61 years at 334 E. Las Olas Blvd. was moved to 310 SE 11th Ave and in 2008 the house was moved to Middle River Terrace Park. It is now The Annie Beck Educational Center, home of The Broward Trust for Historic Preservation, Fort Lauderdale Junior Woman's Club, and the neighborhoods that comprise the

Fort Lauderdale

Central City Alliance. 


EXCITING NEWS!!!The city Commission Proclaimed Sunday December 4th as Historic Holiday Home Tour Day! 




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​Historic Annie Beck Home and Education Center

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DAN SANTORO'S - NEW BOOK

 WHERE THE BOYS & GIRLS WERE -

The fun & Sun History of Fort Lauderdale Beach

http://www.fortlauderdalebeachbook.com/

How are Historic Resources Protected?

​​​​Towers Apartments Fort Lauderdale


1414 NE 5th Street - Victoria Park


Historical Sistrunk Corridor


Active Supporters For Alhambra Central Beach Project


Dear Friends,

On Sunday, December 4, nearly 600 attendees had the opportunity to share in the joy of historic preservation during the Historic Homes Holiday Tour!  Generous private homeowners, the Broward Trust for Historic Preservation, and the City of Fort Lauderdale magnanimously opened the doors to their properties for the public to marvel and delight in what awaited them.  This was an inaugural event for the Broward Trust and the Fort Lauderdale Junior
Woman's Club and while there were certainly a few glitches, bumps in theroad, and some hiccups, mostly rave reviews were heard from those in
attendance.  So many volunteers worked so hard as the unexpected demand for tickets pushed the preparation and logistics to extremes.  We thank you for your patience and understanding if you encountered any issues.  We are acutely aware of some of the transportation issues and that is our fault; when tickets sales skyrocketed after the Sun Sentinel article, we could not rent any more trolleys as they were all booked and for that we apologize.
Rest assured that we have learned from our mistakes and we will strive to do better next year.
Thank you for attending and thank you for supporting our mission; it is so greatly appreciated.  It is vital that we leave a legacy of our built
history; future generations of residents and visitors deserve to enjoy the character and charm of these architectural resources.  So many are disappearing so fast and that trend needs to stop.  Thank you to the homeowners, our sponsors, our volunteers, the Sun Sentinel, and City of Fort Lauderdale staff who went above and beyond in ensuring a successful day! Perhaps you or someone you know might also be interested in assisting us by making a generous contribution towards the maintenance of the Annie Beck House owned by the Trust and always in need of tender loving care.


 In addition, for more information about the Fort Lauderdale Junior Woman's Club, please email  fortlauderdalejrwomansclub@gmail.com.

Again, thank you and we hope to see you next year; planning has already begun to bring you even more historical beauties!

Best regards for a very happy and healthy holiday season and a joyous New
Year!

Steven Glassman, President
Michaela Conca, President
Broward Trust for Historic Preservation
Fort Lauderdale Junior Woman's Club

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  Current Projects

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/opinion/commentary/fl-viewpoint-historic-preservation-20161129-story.html

Bill & Susan Telli, Steven Glassman, Terry Bean,

Michaela M. Conca, Laura F. Cray, Erica  Bennett and

Vice Mayor - Dean Trantalis

​​SAVE OUR ARCHITECTURE LEAVING OUR HERITAGE FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS


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http://issuu.com/ricsmodus/docs/modus_jun16_web_v2/21?e=13758237/36191253

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A Historical Crime on Alhambra Street

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  • The greatest power to preserve is in your hands. If we do not do it, who will?
  • Historic Preservation has long been recognized as an important and positive public policy throughout the United States, the state of Florida, and Broward County. With government as our guide we can establish direction, priorities, and advocacy.
  • Historic preservation has resulted in enhancing the quality and character of Broward County communities and neighborhoods, It rests in your hands with our help. We can all work together to preserve our heritage. ​



​      ​​​Past Endeavors

To preserve, restore and enhance the historic character of Broward County, Florida while supporting historic preservation education and research. 

To advocate historic designation of significant buildings and districts throughout the County. 

To increase the involvement of residents and visitors in preserving the County's historic legacy.

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TOWERS APARTMENTS


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