Federal tax provisions to encourage rehabilitation of historic buildings: an assessment of their effect
Dept. of the Interior, Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1979 - Business & Economics - 85 pages
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__yes __no accelerated depreciation provision amortization provision architectural Architectural Conservancy Bellevue-Stratford Hotel Carrboro central business district certification of significance certification process certified historic structure certified rehabilitation commercial concession contract Congress Conservation and Recreation conservation easements conservation purposes construction deduction demolition provisions developer early to assess early to tell groups growth of downtowns HCRS help to preserve Heritage Conservation Hiram Sibley historic buildings Historic Preservation Officers Hotel impact included increased rehabilitation Interior Interior's Standards Internal Revenue Service investment tax credit ISSUES AND CONCERNS jurisdiction Landmarks Commission lessees moderate interest National Register number of respondents preservation of historic preservation provisions property owners question concerning questionnaire reauthorization recommended Recreation Service rehab rehabilitation expenses rehabilitation of historic rehabilitation projects residential respondents indicated Revenue Act Secretary's Standards Seelbach Hotel SHPOs Standards for Rehabilitation statistics substantial or moderate tax incentives tax provisions Tax Reform Act tax treatments tell Comments/examples Washington