The Golden-Fields' Building was given the Governor's Award for Liveability, completed in 1997. It also received the Ashland Historic Commission's award for Best New Building Compatible with Historic Downtown District.
Another successful project with Jerome White, Architect.
Use of local stone and Architectural Historic brick enhances character of the building. The breezeway on South Side of the building provides a seating areas to enjoy the winter sun.
The radius corner, Main Street entry creates visual interest for passing vehicles and pedestrians alike.
Windows and details enhance the quality of the design.
Interior view of second floor reception and waiting. The second floor serves as executive office space. Working with the downtown topography, the second floor is at grade with the parking lot at rear of the building allowing access without an elevator.