OHA’s 20th Our Glorious Workplaces: Dietz Lantern Factory
September 7 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm$195
Onondaga Historical Association (OHA) is pleased to announce that the 20thOur Glorious Workplaces will be celebrated at The Dietz Lantern Factory, 225 Wilkinson St., Syracuse, NY 13204, on Friday, September 7th, beginning at 6:00 pm. We will be celebrating the spectacular transformation of the once shuttered factory into modern luxury lofts and commercial space made possible through the collaborative efforts of Hueber-Breuer Construction Co., Inc. and Paulus Development.
For 138 years, Hueber-Breuer has called Central New York home. As a company and as a family, they are committed to being good stewards of our community, supporting a variety of causes, engaging our neighborhoods, and encouraging success for our City for all those who live and work here. Paulus Development is a private real estate development firm based in Syracuse, New York and believes that celebrating our history is the foundation for a strong future. The company uses well executed historic preservation to be a catalyst for change and to ignite a sense of pride and value in our community.
OHA’s Our Glorious Workplaces event showcases how local businesses create and deliver their products or services while emphasizing the historic impact upon the larger community. The beautiful and historic Dietz Lantern Factory is a shining example.
The evening will begin with a cocktail hour anda behind the scenes tour. After dinner, OHA Curator of History, Robert Searing, will inform our guests about The Dietz Lantern Factory and the Park Avenue neighborhood in which it resides.
OHA knows the value of Central New York’s rich cultural legacy. Since 1863, OHA has collected, preserved, and interpreted the region’s historic record. Today, the mission and footprint has grown. Through its services, museums, educational programs, publication films, on and off-site exhibits, and even the historically themed products in its Gift Gallery, OHA is dedicated to using historic perspective to add value to our community and to local companies while contributing to its economic development and quality of life, maximizing new opportunities to bring the great stories of Onondaga County to a worldwide audience.
Tickets are $195 and can be purchased below.