This report, the fourth in a series, demonstrates the critical role federal historic tax credits play in the revitalization of our older communities in Texas. True to form – what this report shows is that everything is bigger in Texas! The report found that over the past thirteen years, $184 million in federal historic tax credits has leveraged over a billion dollars – $1.1 billion – in rehabilitation development. The report also profiles fifteen rehabilitation projects—from Amarillo to Galveston and from El Paso to Houston—that illustrate how the rehabilitation of historic buildings helps revitalize the surrounding community.
We encourage you to share this report with your Members of Congress to show how effective this program has been in Texas and across the country
Published November 2016
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