Historic Preservation Tax Credit Projects

PAL worked with private developers and non-profit organizations to ensure clients received federal and/or state preservation tax credits to support redevelopment of income-producing historic properties.

Each project involved the revitalization of a historic building(s) for commercial, residential, or mixed uses in accordance with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation. In many cases, the project would not have been possible without the historic tax credits.

Process

PAL architectural and industrial historians prepared all the necessary historic application documents (Parts 1, 2, 3, amendments, and related materials) and photography for each step of the process, working closely with the client and architect. PAL facilitated consultation and coordination with the State Historic Preservation Office and National Park Service through project planning/design, preliminary approval, and construction to project completion.

Results

Each project resulted in a carefully rehabilitated historic building or complex, retained and enhanced its unique character and historic architectural features. All projects benefited the local community by renewing the life of underused historic buildings and their surroundings.

Client Name: 
Various private developers and non-profit organizations
Project Name: 
Historic Preservation Tax Credit Projects
Project Date: 
1988 to 2009
Project Location: 
Multiple States