Please join us for the fourth event in the Community Conversations series.
A Property Owner's Guide to Historic Tax Credits
David Christenbury, NC State Historic Preservation Office
Becky Holton, Self-Help, Inc.
David Maurer, AIA, Maurer Architecture, PA
Local property owners, who share their experience using the tax credits
Did you know that there are financial incentives available for the renovation of historic property? Join us for a free public lecture to learn more about Raleigh's 22 National Register Historic Districts and the tax credits available for renovation. Hear local property owners share their experiences using the tax credits. Then continue the conversation with your friends and neighbors over coffee and dessert after the lecture.
Raleigh's National Register Historic Districts include: Bloomsbury, Blount Street, Boylan Heights, Cameron Park, Capitol Area, Depot, Dix Hill, East Raleigh-South Park, Fayetteville Street, Glenwood-Brooklyn, Hayes Barton, Maiden Lane, Moore Square, Mordecai Place, Oakwood, Roanoke Park, St. Augustine's College Campus, St. Mary's College, Vanguard Park, and West Raleigh.
Monday, November 17, 2008
7:30 - 9:00 pm
All Saints Chapel
110 S. East Street, Raleigh
Sponsored by the Raleigh Historic Districts Commission,
in partnership with Preservation North Carolina and the National Trust for Historic Preservation.