Historic Tax Credits for Rehabilitation

March 13, 2019
Los Angeles, California

Historic Tax Credits for Rehabilitation

Challenges in Developing
Mid-Twentieth Century Buildings


Intensive one-day program

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Mid-Century buildings are the new frontier of historic preservation. Post-World War II building rehabilitation poses an exciting opening for the development community—one that spans the country from the suburbs of older cities in New England to newer urban centers like Houston and Las Vegas. As the National Register of Historic Places 50-year window progresses through the 20th century, especially across the sunbelt, the country’s mid-century building stock represents a vast opportunity and market advantage for well-informed developers, investors and industry practitioners.

Hear from and meet leaders in the field representing government agencies, and the architectural design field, as well as the legal and accounting professions and the investment community.

Who should attend…

  • Developers

  • Building Owners

  • Corporate and Institutional Investors

  • Lenders

  • Attorneys

  • Accountants

  • Government Officials

  • Architects

  • Consultants