A couple days ago, Governing ran a story entitled “ Historic Preservation is Great, Except When it Isn’t ." Written by Scott Beyer who calls himself a “market urbanist,” the piece focused on preservation in New York City. Since PlaceEconomics just finished a study of preservation in New...
The federal Historic Tax Credit is a proven economic stimulus tool that spurs community revitalization, creates jobs, and returns more money to the Treasury than it costs. Join National Trust Community Investment Corporation, the Historic Tax Credit Coalition, and Preservation Leadership Forum...
Table of Contents Historic House Museums: Impacting Local Economies by Sandra K. Wilcoxon The Recessions: Good News in Bad Times by Donovan Rypkema The Pittsburgh Experience: Financing Preservation Projects in Low- and Moderate-Income Districts by Stanley A. Lowe, Walter C. Kidney...
This is the slide deck for the joint Forum and Public Policy Webinar "Opportunity Zones and the Preservation Community" that took place on January 17, 2019. #Economics #Planning #ReUrbanism #taxincentives #OpportunityZones
January 2019 Webinar on Opportunity Zones - FINAL PPT - To Share.pdf
Learn about the “opportunities” and potential issues for preservation presented by the new federal incentive called Opportunity Zones. #Economics #Planning #ReUrbanism #taxincentives #OpportunityZones
By now, you’ve probably heard about Opportunity Zones, but you may still not be sure whether to be excited, alarmed, or indifferent regarding their implications for your community. That’s no surprise—depending on whom you ask, Opportunity Zones constitute either the most significant federal...
For the past five years, the preservation community has benefitted from a partnership between the National Park Service’s (NPS) Technical Preservation Services and Rutgers University’s Center for Urban Policy Research. Through this partnership, the NPS has produced the “ Annual Report on the...
Basic explanation of how transferable development rights can be used to protect historic and cultural resources. #Economics #RealEstate #PreservationTools #Revitalization
NTHP Preservation Books_A_Preservationist's_Guide_to_Urban_Transferable_Development_Rights.pdf
Table of Contents: Remembering Louise Crowninshield by Kim Burdick The French Have a Word for It by Anthony Veerkamp How Preservationists Can Use Public Opinion Surveys on Sprawl by Elizabeth Pianca Urban Revitalization: When Rehab Grows Up by Lisa Burcham City...
As the preservation community takes stock of the impressive victory we achieved in preserving the federal historic tax credit (HTC) during the tax reform process, let’s keep up our engagement and continue to build momentum to position the HTC for positive change down the road. Additional changes...
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