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The National Trust is pleased to share its first installment of a new report detailing the “State-of-the-State Historic Tax Credits.” Thanks to the generous support of the David and Julia Uihlein, the National Trust has developed a state historic tax credit resource guide and interactive map that will help advocates, stakeholders, and policy makers develop and strengthen state historic tax credit incentives to improve our communities.
Hear from key leaders and supporters of rehabilitation incentives, including former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, about the importance of rehabilitating historic properties and elements of the most effective state programs. Learn how states are using rehabilitation incentives to address key priorities like affordable and workforce housing, rural development, and energy efficiency objectives.
Join the National Trust for this exciting discussion and see how your state compares!
National Trust Chief Preservation Officer Katherine Malone-France
Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist
Renee Kuhlman, Senior Director, Preservation Services & Outreach Department, National Trust for Historic Preservation
Kate Lenzer, Senior GIS Project Manager, National Trust for Historic Preservation
Irvin M. Henderson, Principal, Henderson & Company and board member of Main Street America
Whitney LaNasa, Senior Managing Director, Tax Credit Services, Stonehenge Capital
Michael Sothan, Executive Director, MainStreet Beatrice (NE) and National Trust Advisor
This webinar is brought to you by Preservation Leadership Forum.