What Our Clients Say about Heritage Consulting Group

What Our Clients Say

“Heritage is an invaluable partner in our historic rehab projects.  We greatly appreciate their sense of ownership in our projects. Their professional guidance routinely allows us to both avoid mistakes and move our projects forward quickly and successfully.”

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Tom Capp, COO

Gorman & Company, Inc.

“We have used John Tess and Heritage for all of our historic hotel rehabilitations from San Francisco to Washington, D.C. John understands both the historic regulations and our own requirements for developing a first-class hotel property. We wouldn’t undertake any historic rehabilitation without Heritage on our team.”

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Tom LaTour, former President

Kimpton Hotel and Restaurant Group

“We are pleased to recommend Heritage Consulting Group.  Federal and state historic tax credits are integral to many of our development projects.  Heritage is an effective and successful advocate on our behalf, combining superior strategic guidance with the ability to get timely answers from federal and state reviewers.”

 

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Walter Isenberg, Co-founder, President and CEO

Sage Hospitality

“Gerding-Edlen Development has worked with Heritage Consulting Group for over a decade.  Of particular note, the firm was our historic preservation consultant for the Wieden + Kennedy World Headquarters building and the Armory, the first Platinum LEED Certified Rehabilitation.  Their work on our behalf included securing historic property designations, tax credits, design review and city, state and federal approvals relating to the historic status of the buildings.  Throughout our relationship, we have found Heritage to be a superlative advocate on our behalf as relates to historic issues.  They have understood our needs and worked effectively in a timely and effective manner.  We are currently working with Heritage on a number of projects and look forward to continuing that relationship.”

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Mark Edlen, Principal

Gerding-Edlen Development