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.

April 2016
Historic Preservation: At the Core of a Dynamic New York City
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February 2016
A Way Forward: Strategies and Tools for Addressing Vacancy in Little Rock
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January 2016
Cultural Heritage & Creative Industries: Guidelines for Sustainable Heritage Management
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December 2015
The Jury is In: Impacts of Landmarks Illinois’ Richard H. Driehaus Courthouse Initiative
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July 2015
Beyond Tourism: Historic Preservation in the Economy and Life in Savannah and Chatham County
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May 2015
Historic Preservation: Part of the DNA of Pittsburgh
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March 2015
Historic Preservation: Essential to the Economy and Quality of Life in San Antonio
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February 2015
Transforming Vacancy in Walnut Hills: Relocal Analysis
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January 2015
Feasibility Assessment Manual for Reusing Historic Buildings
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September 2014
Designing a 21st-Century City: Historic Preservation and the Raleigh of Tomorrow
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July 2014
Catalyst for Change: The Federal Historic Tax Credit: Transforming Communities
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May 2014
Ten Years of Excellence: The Economic Impacts of Main Street in Michigan
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