Over the past two decades, no firm or institution in America has conducted more analyses of the economic impacts of historic preservation than has PlaceEconomics. Beginning in Virginia in 1995 with the first statewide study of the impacts of preservation, we have prepared impact analyses in over a dozen states. Recently, we have expanded the types of studies we are able to provide to include analysis of affordable housing, deconstruction, and resiliency. Find our studies below.

September 2020
Investing for Today, Preserving for Tomorrow: Preservation Easements and the Resurgence of Downtown Columbus
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September 2020
Using the Right Tools: Preservation Easements in Downtown Columbia, South Carolina
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May 2020
Reinvesting in Older Housing— A Key Component of Post COVID-19 Resiliency
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May 2020
40 Years of Main Street: Building Economies, Building Communities
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March 2020
Preservation Positive Los Angeles
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January 2020
Twenty-Four Reasons Historic Preservation is Good for Your Community
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December 2019
Opportunity at Risk: San Antonio’s Older Housing Stock
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June 2019
The New Nashville: A Study of the Impacts of Historic Preservation
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May 2019
The Missing Key: A Study of the Impact and Potential of the Pennsylvania State Historic Tax Credit
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March 2019
A Shared Table: A Study of the Impacts of Louisiana Main Street
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December 2018
Saratoga Springs: Enhancing the Values through Historic Preservation
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November 2018
Raleigh Historic Preservation Toolkit
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