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08 Sep 2015

(NH&RA)18 finalists in 7 categories for the Timothy J. Anderson Awards

The National Housing & Rehabilitation Association (NH&RA) announced 18 finalists in seven categories for this year’s Timothy J. Anderson (Timmy) Awards. The awards recognize outstanding historic building rehabilitations that used state or federal historic tax credits (HTCs). The finalists are Philadelphia Main Post Office in Philadelphia, Pa. and Leavenworth Building 19 in Leavenworth, Kan. for […]

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08 Sep 2015

Historians to recognize Hawley Silk Mill

News Eagle’s local history series Banquet set Sept. 30 at Ehrhardt’s The Annual Preservation Awards Dinner of the Wallenpaupack Historical Society will be held Friday evening, September 30, at Ehrhardt’s Restaurant. Two awards will be given that evening. The Hawley Silk Mill will be recognized for the restoration and adaptive re-use of a commercial building. […]

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08 Dec 2014

Wake Forest Plans $100 Million Project for Medical School

88.5 WFDD Public Radio for the Piedmont Article by Paul Garber Published December 8, 2014 Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center has announced a $100 million project to transform a former Reynolds Tobacco Company complex into a medical education building. The building will be in the heart of the Innovation Quarter in downtown Winston-Salem just south […]

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13 Mar 2013

U.S. Bank to provide $16.5 million in tax credits for CORTEX Heritage Building

St Louis Business Journal Reporter- Amir Kurtovic Published on March 13, 2013 U.S. Bank will provide more than $16.5 million of New Markets Tax Credit and Historic Tax Credit equity for Wexford Science & Technology’s purchase and rehabilitation of the historic Heritage Building at the CORTEX biotech and medical district in Midtown. Wexford, a Baltimore-based […]

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26 Feb 2012

Why Missouri Should Preserve its Historic Preservation Tax Credits

This post was written by Kelly Bennett and cross-posted with Citiography. Missouri, I know you’ve been walloped by decades of deindustrialization and now the Great Recession. You’re being forced to make some terrible choices when it comes to your state budget. On the chopping block is your historic preservation tax credit. It may seem trite […]

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21 Feb 2012

Historic World-Class Biotech Research & Innovation Center

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., Feb. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center has opened the doors to Wake Forest Biotech Place, a new state-of-the-art, world-class 242,000 square foot biotechnology research and innovation center designed to allow more growth of Wake Forest Baptist’s many renowned research departments and create incubator space to promote start-up companies […]

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28 Oct 2011

CDEs Allocated More Than $20 Billion Through 2010

WASHINGTON, D.C. – October 28, 2011 – The Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund today released data collected on new markets tax credit projects financed through fiscal year (FY) 2010. Through the FY 2010 reporting period, community development entities (CDEs) disbursed a total of $20,901,020,746 in qualified equity investment (QEI) proceeds to 3,060 qualified active […]

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24 Oct 2011

Higgins seeks extension on tax-credit program

Business First by James Fink, Buffalo Business First Reporter Monday, October 24, 2011 A tax-credit program that is helping to finance a number of local, significant historic preservation projects should be extended, says a Buffalo Congressman. Rep. Brian Higgins said he has introduced a measure that will see the New Markets Tax Credit program remain in […]

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13 Oct 2011

Webb, Warner introduce bill to fix aging schools through historic tax credits

By: WESLEY P. HESTER | Richmond Times-Dispatch Published: October 13, 2011 Sens. Jim Webb and Mark R. Warner, both Democrats, have introduced legislation that would allow for the rehabilitation of aging schools across the country though the use of historic tax credits. If approved, the change to existing law would open the door for major […]

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