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Search Results: U.S. Dept. of the Interior (DOI)
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American Broadband Initiative - Progress Report June 2020Members only Login
On February 13, 2019, the American Broadband Initiative was launched with the release of the Milestones Report, detailing the Administration’s strategy to drive changes across Federal Agencies to identify and remove barriers to broadband access and...
CDFA // BNY Mellon Development Finance Webcast Series: Historic Preservation FinancingMembers only Login
During this installment of the CDFA // BNY Mellon Development Finance Webcast Series, we will explore the challenges of historic preservation projects and how financing tools can be combined to make preservation projects possible.
Opportunity Zone Development Profile - Ox Fibre ApartmentsMembers only Login
Ox Fibre Apartments will bring 83 new affordable apartments to Frederick, MD—a growing community located within one hour of both Washington, D.C. and Baltimore. Layering Opportunity Zones equity with state LIHTC, federal Historic Tax Credits (HTC),...
Historic Tax Credits - Community Development Fact Sheet
This Community Developments Fact Sheet summarizes certain aspects of the Historic Tax Credit (HTC) program for national banks and federal savings associations (collectively, banks) and explains how HTCs may be used to support a bank’s affordable...
CDFA Food Finance White Paper Series: Food Systems & Investment Tools
This paper continues a white paper series demonstrating the ways in which traditional development financing is already supporting food systems, with a focus on finance tools that help to stimulate investment. An overview of investment tools, such as...
Historic Tax Credit Enhancement Act - October 2019 Senate BillMembers only Login
This is the text of the Historic Tax Credit Improvement Act. The Act was introduced in the U.S. Senate in October 2019 by Sens. Bill Cassidy (R-LA), Ben Cardin (D-MD), Susan Collins (R-ME), and Maria Cantwell (D-WA).
Designing and Operating Homeownership Programs on Tribal LandsMembers only Login
The purpose of this guide is to offer tribal leadership in New Mexico with a comprehensive overview of the steps required to create homeownership programs on reservation land, with a particular focus on the mortgage lending process.
Annual Report on the Economic Impact of the Federal Historic Tax Credit for FY 2018Members only Login
The NPS issues annual reports on the HTC program quantifying the number of historic rehabilitations certified each year, their reported costs, and other statistical information on the program. For FY 2018, the NPS also turned to the Rutgers...
Historic Preservation Tax Incentive Program - William Fiederlein and Lauren MackMembers only Login
William Fiederlein with National Trust Community Investment Corporation and Lauren Mack with Reyes Kurson present on Historic Preservation Tax Incentive Programs.
Financing Native Nations: Access to Capital MarketsMembers only Login
One-third of reservation-based Native Americans fall below the poverty line, and the nations governing these reservations, unable to spur economic development, struggle to provide even the most basic services. Yet, despite their difficulty in...
Historic Preservation Tax Incentive ProgramMembers only Login
Jong Sook Nee from Nee Plata Law, Bill MacRostie from MacRostie Historic Advisors LLC & Josh Lavrinc from Callay Capital present on historic preservation tax incentive program.
National Historic Preservation Tax Incentive Program Booklet
This booklet, provided by the National Parks Service, provides an overview of the National Historic Preservation Tax Incentive Program in general terms only.
Creative Tax Credit Financing In North Carolina: NMTC, HTC and LIHTCMembers only Login
Mary Nash Rusher of McGuireWoods LLP, Chris Leutzinger of SunTrust Bank, and Brian Oxford of CAHEC present on a panel regarding tax credit financing in North Carolina. This panel was moderated by Brien Desilets of Grant Thornton LLP.
Historic Preservation: An Overlooked Economic Driver, A Study of the Impacts of Historic Preservation in Rhode IslandMembers only Login
Historic preservation pays dividends for Rhode Island – its economy, its environment, and its quality of life. The pages that follow identify the ways and the means that Rhode Island benefits.
Historic Tax CreditsMembers only Login
Albert Rex with MacRostie Historic Advisors LLC discusses the basics of Historic Tax Credits.
Federal Tax Incentives for Rehabilitating Historic BuildingsMembers only Login
This is the Federal Tax Incentives for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2017.
Annual Report of HTC FY 2017Members only Login
Over $5.8 billion in private investment in historic preservation and community revitalization. Along with an estimated 106,846 jobs created in the 2017 fiscal year.
Historic Tax Credits: Bringing New Life to Older CommunitiesMembers only Login
This Insights report describes how this tax credit program operates, outlines the risks and regulatory considerations of participation in the program, and discusses how investments in these tax credit transactions by national banks and federal...
Historic Tax CreditsMembers only Login
Bill MacRostie of the MacRostie Historic Advisors LLC presents information on the federal historic tax credit program.
Historic Tax Credit Catalyst for Change Study
This report from Place Economics demonstrates quantitatively the catalytic impact that the rehabilitation of historic buildings has on the community made possible with the use of the historic tax credit.
Measuring Economic Impacts of Historic PreservationMembers only Login
This report from PlaceEconomics identifies a number of indicators that can be used to regularly, consistently, and credibly measure the economic impact of historic preservation over time.
Historic Tax Credits - Community Developments Fact SheetMembers only Login
This fact sheet from the U.S. Department of the Treasury provides an overview of federal historic tax credits and their relationship with community development efforts.
Evidence Is Not Enough: Historic Preservation in an Age of Public Policy Idiocy
Preservation Leadership Forum’s Forum Focus series presents in-depth, timely reports, commentary, and guidance on innovative preservation research and practices. This special lecture by Donovan Rypkema focuses on the assault against preservation tax...
Tax Credits - A Catalyst For Historic RehabilitationMembers only Login
In a presentation by Weber Murphy Fox and MCM Company, speakers emphasize the historical and economic benefits of the federal historic tax credits. Topics include: rehabilitation and economic development; historic tax credits; project examples; the...
The Federal Historic Tax Credit - Creating Jobs, Building Communities, Preserving Heritage in MT
The National Trust for Historic Preservation and Montana Preservation Alliance collaborated to create a compelling report about the largest community reinvestment program in the country, the federal historic tax credit. The report highlights...
FY2012 Analysis of Federal Historic Preservation Tax IncentiveMembers only Login
The U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Services released their Statistical Report and Analysis for FY 2012. The program is the most effective Federal program to promote both urban and rural revitalization to promote private investment in...
Investment Tools - Historic Tax CreditsMembers only Login
Bill MacRostie with MacRostie Historic Advisors LLC discussed the highly successful historic tax credit program and how to effectively apply this program to development opportunities.
PA: New Historic Preservation Tax CreditMembers only Login
Scott Doyle, Mindy Crawford, and Ed Geiger provide an overview of Pennsylvania's New Historic Preservation Incentive Tax Credit, aimed at complimenting an already extremely successful federal program.
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