Wednesday, April 7, 2010

April 19 - Helping Historic Preservation Projects Pencil Out

Incentives, Tax Credits & Financing for
Historic Preservation Projects
Helping Historic Preservation Projects Pencil Out

ONDAY, APRIL 19, 2010
2:00pm - 4:30pm
City Hall
Edward E. Roybal Hearing Room
200 N. Spring Street - 3rd Floor #350

As part of a National Register Historic District, the rehabilitation of Broadways buildings is an important effort. Whether you have a commercial building or a theatre, are ready to begin a project, or are dreaming of what might be possible, come and hear from experts about tax credits, programs and other incentives which can help your historic rehabilitation project pencil out.

Overview of Historic Preservation Guidelines
Historic & New Market Tax Credits
Façade & Preservation Easements & Grant Programs
Federal, State & Local Incentives, Credits & Discount Programs
Tax-Exempt Bond Programs
Case Studies of Completed Projects
Public-Private Partnerships - Packaging the Deal
Q&A Session


Mike Buhler, Los Angeles Conservancy
Chris Fedokowski, CFC Group
Tara Jones Hamacher, Historic Consultants
Ed Kelsey, League of Historic American Theatres

Lambert Giessinger, Office of Historic Resources
May Smith, Community Development Dept.
George Smallwood, Community Development Dept.
Jina Woon, L.A. Development Fund

Event is free.  All are welcome. No RSVP required for attendance. For parking arrangements, call 213-978-3020 before 5pm on April 16


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