The Historic Tax Credit Program has been very successful allowing the rehabilitation of historic structures. The HTC program is constantly evolving and there will be new opportunities to come in 2020. Read the full article here.
Ohio’s HTC Program is one of the more competitive state programs. The Union Central Annex building in Cincinnati is a project that shows the impact of the Ohio HTC. Read full article here.
Our recent article discusses the challenges of rehabilitating churches. Read more to see the successful adaptive reuse of Melrose Baptist Church. Read Full Article Here
Our most recent article discusses the combined use of new market tax credits and historic tax credits. Learn more about how these incentives were paired to turn a historic cigarette factory into state-of-the-art science and tech labs in Durham, NC. Read Full Article Here
Check out our latest article on opportunity zones and using Historic Tax Credits. Read Full Article Here
Read this article to learn the benefits of pairing historic tax credits (HTC) with low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) for public housing redevelopments. Read Full Article Here
CRA has the potential to broaden the funding pool for HTC projects. Learn more in the article below. Read Full Article Here
This article discusses the exciting rehabilitation of a long-abandoned stretch of downtown commercial buildings in Jackson, Mississippi. Read Full Article Here
Normally, this column provides real-life examples of successful federal historic tax credit (HTC) developments. Often these are linked with other investment tools, such as low-income housing tax credits, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Rental Assistant Demonstration (RAD) funding or other sources. Read Full Article Here
HTCs and RAD Projects on a Smaller Scale: The Case of Liberty Village and Liberty Square in Groesbeck, Texas
While historic tax credits (HTC) are instrumental in rehabilitating grand monumental properties, they can also be critical resources for preserving public housing, particularly when combined with other resources. Read Full Article Here
When embarking on a historic tax credit (HTC) project, it is easy to assume that small developments will be easier than larger developments, the assumption being that smaller buildings have fewer issues or require less vigorous HTC applications. Read Full Article Here
At first glance, rehabilitating a historic hotel using historic tax credits (HTCs) for continued use as a hotel seems straightforward. However, these projects can pose a variety of challenges due to the ever-changing needs of modern hotels. There can be a mismatch between old hotels and new hotels when it comes to the provision of services, […]