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Oklahoma Historic Tax Credit - Impact on the Oklahoma Economy (2016)

12-14-2016 14:59

In this study, PlaceEconomics analyzed projects that utilized the Oklahoma state historic tax credits between 2001-2015 and found that 77 historic buildings have been rehabilitated with a total project investment reaching $520 million. Moreover, the rehabilitation of these buildings has generated 3,232 direct jobs, and 3,514 indirect and induced jobs.



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This report was prepared for Tulsa Foundation for Architecture by Donovan Rypkema and Briana Paxton Grosicki. Rypkema is principal of PlaceEconomics, a Washington D.C.-based real state and economic development consulting firm. Grosicki is Director of Research at PlaceEconomics.

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