Preservation Station has partnered with TPT to salvage architectural elements that might otherwise be forever lost.
Preservation Station, located on 8th Avenue South in Nashville, is an architectural salvage firm owned by Aaron Hetrick and Julia Petrova. In existence since 2003, Preservation Station has come to be known as a source for antique lighting and unusual architectural elements for designers, builders, and homeowners.
TPT has not been able up to this point to accept architectural donations due to space limitations. Now, those interested in donating an item can do so through Preservation Station! Preservation Station will accept charitable donations on behalf of TPT and we will produce a charitable receipt for the donor and record the donation for year-end tax purposes.
Visit Preservation Station for more information on their store and for directions to their location at 1809 8th Avenue South, in the historic antique district of Music City, Nashville. They are easily accessed from Interstate I-65 and minutes from I-40 and I-24.
Interested in Donating?
We appreciate your interest in donating to the Tennessee Preservation Trust. TPT accepts donations of building materials, architectural elements, lighting fixtures, and other elements upon approval of Preservation Station.
All donations are tax deductible, and a receipt is provided for each donation. For income tax purposes, it is the donor’s responsibility to value their donation. If you are unsure of an item’s value, please ask Preservation Station for a reference of suggested values.
We appreciate all offers of donations, but unfortunately, can not accept all items. Preservation Station will make the final decision whether or not to accept a donation.