Charlottetown developer Chris Tweel, pictured with his wife Brenda, was honoured today with a heritage award by the City of Charlottetown for his leadership behind the extensive renovation of 141 Kent Street, a building which has been known by many names, including W.E. Dawson Building, Stanley, Shaw and Peardon's Plumbing, Lord's Pharmacy and Sam The Record Man. The building is now the home for the McInnes Cooper offices, which occupy the top three floors. Also honoured with heritage awards were Downtown Charlottetown Inc., Harry Holman and John Andrew. Tweel was also honoured with the Catherine Hennessey Heritage Award, which is presented annually to a person or organization whose efforts have increased the appreciation of Charlottetown and whose views have stimulated love for the community.