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Historic Preservation

Save historic buildings and profit from the experience

If you want to bring an underutilized, old building back to life and capitalize on the strong emerging market for unique, historic residential and commercial spaces, we can help.

We have helped our clients successfully use historic preservation tax credits to bring back neighborhoods and stimulate economic development, and we can share our expertise with you.

Our tax credit experts have participated in supporting the restoration and adaptive re-use of real estate developments nationwide, including apartment complexes, office and retail buildings, hotels, mixed-use properties, student housing, and educational facilities. 

Experience our experience in real estate and tax policy

To better serve the affordable housing/community development industry, we stay up to date on regulations, trends, and opportunities by taking active roles in groups such as the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Urban Land Institute, and National Housing and Rehabilitation Association.

“These incentives will spur job creation and development investment, while preserving places of historical importance within the state. The upshot will be to enhance communities and make them more attractive places for recent college graduates and other young professionals to live and to work.”

Jim Manning
Plante Moran

Using our Excel-based cash flow and historic tax credit model, we can help you evaluate and structure your historic tax credit syndications.

You can benefit from our national experience in real estate and tax policy matters and our understanding of all parties involved in a successful deal — the National Park Service, the IRS, developers, and investors. Because of our national stature, we also have contacts with syndicators who can lend valuable help to your organization in its quest to revitalize your community. 

Putting together a historic tax credit package

In addition, we have the expertise to help integrate the use of historic tax credits with other tax incentives, such as new markets tax credits, low-income housing tax credits, and brownfield development incentives.