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The Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit: An Underutilized Redevelopment Tool

The Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit: An Underutilized Redevelopment Tool

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Warehouse Artist Lofts (WAL)
1108 R Street
Sacramento, California, United States 95811

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The Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit: An Underutilized Redevelopment Tool

Thursday, June 2, 2016 @ 6 PM
Warehouse Artists Lofts (WAL)
1108 R Street, Sacramento, CA 95811
$25.00 per Person

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The Federal Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit is one of the most effective, yet underutilized, incentives offered by the federal government. You're invited to attend this educational workshop to learn how this financial incentive can benefit commercial property owners and developers.

A complimentary beverage is included with the price of admission and will be served at Bottle & Barlow after the presentation. 

                              


 
 

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Mark Huck

Mark Huck is a State Architect with the California Office of Historic Preservation. Mr. Huck specializes in reviewing tax credit applications. Mark is considered an expert at understanding and applying the Secretary of the Interior Standards for Rehabilitation, a critical framework for successful tax credit projects.

 

Mike Malinowski



Mike Malinowski is acting President of the AIACC and served as lead architect for the Warehouse Artist Loft (WAL) rehabilitation project which successfully utilized federal historic rehabilitation and low income housing tax credit incentives.
 

Warehouse Artist Lofts, Sacramento
Federal Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit Project, Completed 2015

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Warehouse Artist Lofts (WAL)
1108 R Street
Sacramento, California, United States 95811

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