The Baldwin-Buss House Foundation seeks to return the historic house to its former glory while opening it up to the community as an asset for arts, education, history, and gatherings. The foundation board applauds the support of the Hudson community that has made the entire project possible.
Park Lane Square is a visionary project led by Peg's Foundation that includes the restoration of the Baldwin-Buss house, a new home for Peg's Foundation featuring a “jewel box“ gallery and public art exhibits. The office and the gallery will be surrounded by open space that will include gardens, public gathering places and a walkway that will connect the National Register Historic Business District and the First and Main business district, creating a campus that will have both public and private use.
Founded in 2001 by Burt and Peg Morgan, Peg’s Foundation is a private, philanthropic organization committed to creating opportunities for sharing knowledge, promoting partnerships, and inspiring improvements in the behavioral health system. Peg's Foundation envisions a world where recovery from mental illness is the expectation, and all regard mental wellness as an integral part of a healthy life.
The Baldwin-Buss House Foundation was established in early 2019 with the goal of acquiring, restoring and preserving the Baldwin-Buss House, one of the oldest (1825) and most architecturally significant homes in the Western Reserve region of Ohio.
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Long overlooked, seldom used and periodically threatened by adjacent commercial development, Hudson’s Park Lane Green is on its way to becoming a beautiful and functional extension of Hudson’s historic Main Street business district.