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September 2016 Post Archive

Rufty Homes Capital Area Preservation Award

Wednesday, September 28

Rufty Recognized for Blount St. by Capital Area Preservation

Earlier this week, Rufty Homes and architect Michael Booth were recognized by Capital Area Preservation, Inc. for the newly constructed McDonald residence at 520 Blount Street in Raleigh. Our efforts on this residential infill project in Raleigh’s cherished Oakwood historic district received an Anthemion Award for excellence and commitment to historic preservation in Wake County.

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Thursday, September 1

Rufty Philanthropy: Kelly Takes a Visionary Mission

By now you may be getting a sense of what the people of Rufty Homes do when we’re not working.  In this installment of our “Rufty Philanthropy” series, we’re taking you on another mission with our CFO Kelly Nicholson.

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