2019 Ballston Spa Property Beautification Awards

The Ballston Spa Business & Professional Association, in partnership with Curtis Lumber, honored business owners and residents whose renovation, restoration, and beautification efforts have enhanced the Ballston Spa community over the past year.  The winners were chosen from nominations submitted by others in the community.  At a reception on October 22 at Curtis Lumber, each award recipient was given a framed certificate along with a Curtis Lumber gift card in recognition of their efforts.  The presentations were made by Margie Miller from Curtis Lumber and Pete Bardunias from the Southern Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce.

Congratulations to the following winners:

Best Residential New Build (2):

320 Saratoga Avenue – Spencer and Christie Tacy

82 Greenfield Avenue – Spa City Builders – Doug and Jodi Winters

Best Residential Renovation:

68 Chapman Street – Rex and Courtney Ellis

Best Residential Landscaping Improvements:

8 Kaleen Drive – Raj and Kim Patel

Best Commercial Exterior Renovation (2):

Front Street Deli, 39 Front Street – Chris Fignar and Matt Hall

Armer Funeral Home, 39 East High Street – The Armer Family

Best Commercial Interior Renovation (2):

Dapper and Dames Hair Studio, 81 Milton Avenue – Carol Levine

Two Birds Marketplace, 32 Front Street – Linnaea DiNallo

Best Commercial Complete Renovation (2):

Nomad Coffee and Crepes, 80 Milton Avenue – Nick Furnia

The Bundle Store, 40 Front Street – Amber Chaves

Commercial Renovation Honorable Mention:

Tree Huggers Children’s Apparel, 18 Front Street – Stacy Sardella

Best Community Beautification Project:

Ballston Spa Public Library by The Ballston Spa House and Garden Club

The BSBPA would like to thank all of our recipients for their hard work to improve our community, as well as the many community members who submitted nominations.  Special appreciation to Curtis Lumber for their generous support. 

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