Window replacement is seen as one of the more important and challenging components of the review process in historic tax credit projects. As one of the most visually identifiable features of any building, windows play a integral role in the building’s overall design and functionality.
The Latest: Historic Tax Credits in the Rural U.S.
Our monthly communication covering important industry topics with and for our partners.
The Latest: 2022 in Review
The Latest: Reinventing Abandoned Factories
HTCs and LIHTCs in Rural America
To meet the demand for affordable housing across the country, communities, private developers, and public housing authorities use financial incentives such as low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs). In particular, developers are successfully twinning historic tax credits with LIHTCs in rural areas.
HTCs and RAD: Ten Years of Positive Impacts
Ten years ago, Congress established the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program, which has become an invaluable tool in the affordable housing industry. Among the available additional funding sources are historic tax credits, and numerous examples of RAD conversions using HTCs have been completed.
Legislative Future of HTC-GO Act
Legislative lobby efforts for historic tax credits reached new heights in 2022, but progress still needs to be made once the 118th Congress convenes in January.
Integrating Renewable Energy into Historic Tax Credit Projects
With the passing of the Inflation Reduction Act, there is increased focus nationwide on renewable energy initiatives. At times, these efforts overlap with another effort in our battle against climate change — historic preservation.
Rehabbing Horlick Malted Milk: Stakeholder Perspectives
Like many other mill and factory complexes, the Horlick site consists of multiple buildings, and each was integral to the manufacturing process. Therefore, the project falls under the National Park Service’s functionally related guidance, and stakeholders must navigate various construction, financing, and investment schedules.