Historic Tax Credits can be a powerful tool in the renovation and protection of landmark buildings. We have worked as both consultants and developers on a wide variety of projects involving the rehabilitation of historic properties.
Without the use of historic tax credits, most of these projects would never have been realized.
For an article by Stephen Day summarizing the federal historic tax program and originally published in two parts by the American Bar Association, please click here for Part 1 and here for Part 2 of the article.
To link to an article by Stephen Day focusing on design issues related to new additions and renovation of landmark buildings, including a discusssion of the Secretary of the Interior's Standards, please go here.
To link to Stephen Day's article published in the Design Principles and Practices journal titled "Synergisms: Building Modern in the Context of Historic Architecture" that Stephen also presented at an international design symposium in Rome, Italy at the Sapienza University, please click here.
Please click on the projects listed on the column to the right on this page for more information about specific examples of buildings that have been restored with the help of these tax incentives.
Each project is unique. Please contact us to discuss your potential project and we can explore the opportunities.