Dollars and Sense of Building Rehabilitation Findlay Ohio August 8, 2014

Heritage Ohio will bring their popular Building Rehabilitation Workshop to Findlay, Ohio August 8th. Historic commercial centers are seeing a strong resurgence in economic activity, as walk-able communities and urban living become more prevalent. This workshop is a good opportunity for building owners to learn more about successful  financial strategies and  how tools such as historic tax credits are used to renovate historic commercial structures.  To view the agenda and register click HERE.

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2 Responses to “Dollars and Sense of Building Rehabilitation Findlay Ohio August 8, 2014”
  1. George A. Freeman says:

    Two crippled historic preservation organizations means both lose. HP needs strong leadership and clout. You two organizations should merge. The sooner the better.
    Look at what HLFI in Indiana accomplishes every year. You should be ashamed of yourselves for allowing this situation to continue.

  2. frank says:

    George, Thanks for the thought-provoking comment. We’ve never thought of ourselves as a crippled organization, and believe our track record of preservation & revitalization achievements speak to that.

    Indiana Landmarks is certainly a model statewide organization to emulate. In fact, we’ll be meeting with leaders of Indiana Landmarks next week to learn more about the success they’ve had with their property redevelopment fund. We’re looking forward to taking their best practices that might be applicable to Ohio and utilizing them in our own property redevelopment efforts.