Learn about the New York State Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit

Title: Learn about the New York State Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit
Location: Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association (CCBA) 62 Mott Street, Manhattan – Between Canal & Bayard Streets
Description: Invited Speakers: Council member Margaret Chin
Council District 1, Manhattan

Beth Cummings, Historic Sites Restoration Coordinator
Sloane Bullough, Historic Preservation Specialist
New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation

Andrea Goldwyn, Director of Public Policy
The New York Landmarks Conservancy

The State and Federal Government now subsidize up to 40% of qualified rehabilitation projects through existing and new historic preservation tax credit programs. Developers and homeowners have successfully used these credits to rehabilitate historic buildings for residential and commercial use. Come learn how to access State and Federal Historic Preservation Investment Tax Credits to maintain & rehabilitate historic properties.

If you own and/or develop buildings listed in the State and National Register, don’t miss it! This workshop is open to everyone! Whether your building is individually listed or a contributing resource to a designated historic district, join us and learn how to access these incredible benefits. While being listed on the National Register listing is honorific, there are no restrictions placed on private property owners.

Also learn about The New York Landmarks Conservancy‘s programs to help save and enhance homes, community cultural and religious sites and neighborhoods. Over the past 40 years, the Conservancy has loaned and granted more than $36 million and provided countless hours of pro bono technical advice to building owners, both non-profit organizations and individuals.

The workshop will take place in the historic headquarters of the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association, 62 Mott Street between Canal & Bayard in Manhattan, a contributing resource to the Chinatown & Little Italy National Register Historic District. Chinese translation will be provided.

Start Time: 18:30pm
Date: 2012-02-16
End Time: 20:00pm

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