In continuation of our interviews with Patrick Robertson, we sat down again to discuss the new Congress and the current status of the Historic Tax Credit Growth and Opportunity (HTC-GO) Act.
In this issue of the Latest: Scattered Site Opportunities, Rehabilitation of a West Philadelphia Icon, How Incentives Can Save Endangered Places, Honoring Preservation Month
Former single-family residences and small apartment buildings can be challenging to rehabilitated with historic tax credits, but some developers have found success grouping smaller-scale buildings into a scattered portfolio.
Opportunity Zones (OZs) were introduced in 2017 in an effort to spur economic development and job creation in low-income communities. In each OZ, no matter if they are in a city or small town, historic buildings present opportunities for developers to find investors looking to move their capital gains into a qualified Opportunity Zone Fund.
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.
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