Affordable Housing Through Historic Preservation: A Case Study Guide to Combining the Tax Credits
U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Preservation Assistance, Jan 1, 1994 - Community development, Urban - 74 pages
Shows communities how to take advantage of two tax credit programs for the preservation of buildings and the development of affordable housing. Part One, presents an excellent guide to effective combination of the historic rehabilitation and low-income housing credits. Part Two assembles six informative case studies that showcase successful cooperative efforts by nonprofit and for-profit groups to return blighted but beloved local landmarks into high-quality affordable housing. 33 photos.
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Financing of Historic Buildings to Create Affordable Housing
Closing the Gap with Subsidies and Incentives
Case Studies of Successful Projects
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