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Place Economics Releases "24 Reasons Historic Preservation is Good for Your Community"
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Contributed By: Place Economics
Email The Author: drypkema@placeeconomics.com
Website: https://www.placeeconomics.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/City-Studies-WP-Online-Doc.pdf

Last week Place Economics, a Washington, DC based consulting firm known for their extensive analysis of preservation's economic impact, released "24 Reasons Historic Preservation is Goof for Your Community". The analysis is based on several recent citywide studies of Nashville, Saratoga Springs, San Antonio, Miami/Dade, Raleigh, Savannah, New York City, Indianapolis, Pittsburgh and Los Angeles completed by the firm that examine the impact of historic preservation at the city level. The analysis does an excellent job of articulating why historic preservation is great cities and communities across the country.

Some of the reasons historic preservation is good for communities cited by the study include: historic preservation creates jobs, helps to revitalize downtowns, promotes heritage tourism, encourages walkability/bikeability, generates tax revenue, supports small businesses, and helps to maintain housing affordability, just to name a few. 

As preservationists are increasingly having to contend with false narratives surrounding historic preservation, this serves as an excellent tool for preservation advocates. Check out the complete study today!


Posted: January 25, 2020
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