Recorded on November 17 at PastForward 2016 in Houston, this TrustLive session explored the starring role that historic preservation can play in the rebirth of urban areas through reinvestment and reuse of existing places. Preservation helps create livable, vibrant, equitable, and creative communities. The panel featured Rick Lowe of Project Row Houses, Mike Powe of the National Trust’s Preservation Green Lab, and Claudia Guerra of the City of San Antonio.
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