This week we will probably hear the proposals for tax reform coming from the leadership in Congress. In anticipation of possible recommendations that the Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit might be a target for elimination, PlaceEconomics Principal, Donovan Rypkema, wrote this list of 38 reasons why it should be retained. Feel free to circulate if you think it … Continue reading “38 Reasons to Keep the Federal Historic Tax Credit”
The study focused on projects completed over the past ten years (2007-2016) that used historic tax credits. Included in the analysis were building rehabilitations that used the Louisiana Commercial Historic Tax Credit, the federal Rehabilitation Tax Credit, or both.
PlaceEconomics and Heritage Strategies International’s Rodney Swink, Senior Associate for Planning and Development, was featured in an article on his experience in Quito, Ecuador at Habitat III. You can read the piece here.