Since 1990, $10 million in federal credits and $2.3 million in state credits have leveraged more than $50 million invested in over 60 historic buildings. Quite simply, preservation tax credits have helped to transform communities across Montana, catalyzing building projects, breathing new life into struggling downtowns and creating well-paying construction jobs in the process.
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