Online Resource Database
Most resources in the ORD are available to CDFA members only. CDFA members should login with their CDFA Account at the top of the page to access the full set of resources. Non-members are encouraged to join CDFA today
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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.
DevelopOhio Economic Incentives Toolkit
This guide from Bricker & Eckler and Argus Growth Consultants outlines the array of tools with which Ohio economic development practitioners can stimulate development to occur in their communities.
The Federal Historic Tax CreditMembers only Login
This document by Heritage Ohio and the National Trust for Historic Preservation presents a number of case studies throughout Ohio that have used federal and state historic tax credits, in order to outline the economic impacts of each project.
New York State Historic Tax CreditsMembers only Login
Julian Adams with the New York State Historic Preservation Office discusses his department's programs for assisting with the rehabilitation of historic property in New York. Adams gives an overview of the tax credits available for residential and...
Georgia Downtown Renaissance ActMembers only Login
The Georgia Downtown Renaissance Act affirms the importance of Georgia’s downtowns by offering state tax incentives for private sector investments within clearly defined downtown boundaries called Renaissance Districts.
The Navy Yard BrochureMembers only Login
The Navy Yard is a mixed-use development comprised of office, retail, industrial, manufacturing, and research facilities. This brochure features the development strategies and financial incentives that helped make it happen.
Tax Credits in Combination with Other Tools
Chuck Depew, Director of the National Development Council, gives an encompassing presentation on using tax credits in combination with other financing tools to catalyze development.
Nuts and Bolts of NMTCs and HTCs: Should Bond Lawyers Care?
This presentation covers financing structures for NMTC or HTC and tax-exempt bond projects. The authors are Mary Nash Rusher of Hunton & Williams, Peter Duffley of Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, Dick Helde of Dorsey & Whitney, Marshall Philiips of...