Real estate development isn’t rocket science--but there is a science to it. And many would say that it is the foundation of all preservation efforts. This issue of Forum, Get Real About Real Estate brings you current practices in the development of historic properties. Real estate developers--preservationists all--share their insights and experiences in finding new uses for historic properties, financing their rehabilitation, and then reselling or managing the properties once the work is complete. This is a science class you won’t want to miss!This journal was made possible through a generous grant from the 1772 Foundation.
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