In the preservationURBAN TrustLive presentation Mary Rowe, Executive Vice President, Municipal Art Society of New York explored the tools and solutions that take preservation to scale in our downtown communities. Sponsored by The 1772 Foundation. Responders: James Lindberg, Senior Director...
TrustLive, four marquee presentations that were also available to the virtual attendee live streaming, launched this year at PastForward, Nov. 11-14, Savannah, Ga. These presentations brought together new voices and new ideas to focus on the intersections between historic preservation and larger...
The Revolving Fund Impact Report by the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) and its historic preservation department is the result of a year-long study of 20 of the nation’s revolving funds. Here, SCAD graduate students studying historic preservation analyzed the scope and...
Revolving Fund Impact Report.pdf
It’s one thing to read about or listen to a presentation on real estate finance. But it’s quite another thing to apply that knowledge to an actual restoration project. What seems so clear in the classroom gets a little overwhelming when people start talking about syndication...
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