Anne (Andi) Adams is an architectural historian in the firm’s Real Estate Group. She serves a range of clients, including developers, institutions, foreign governments and homeowners.
Andi has worked professionally in the field of historic preservation since 1976, and has extensive experience with all aspects of that field, including the designation of landmarks and historic districts, local historic preservation regulatory reviews, federal design review, review under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, and state and federal rehabilitation tax credits.
Andi plays a valuable role for the firm’s clients, alerting them to potential and existing historic preservation issues, and working with them to successfully manage those issues. She is qualified as an expert in architectural history and historic preservation by numerous governmental review boards and commissions, and regularly appears before such bodies on behalf of the firm’s clients.
Prior to joining Goulston & Storrs, Andi worked as an architectural historian for Wilkes Artis and the District of Columbia Historic Preservation Office. She also worked for “Don’t Tear it Down,” now known as the “D.C. Preservation League.”
*Anne H. Adams is not an attorney.
- Docomomo U.S. National Building Museum
- Lambda Alpha
- National Trust for Historic Preservation
- University of Maryland (M.A., 1976)
- University of Rochester (B.A., 1974)