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Building a Bullet-proof Case for the Economic Benefits of Historic Preservation

September 25, 2019

Historic preservation proponents are often faced with demonstrating the concrete benefits of projects to elected leaders, developers, and other decision-makers before a project gets off the ground. Though there is ample evidence for historic preservation's role in catalyzing revitalization, creating jobs, and addressing disinvestment and abandonment, decision-makers won't invest in historic preservation without real-world examples to demonstrate the enormous economic value of and payback of historic preservation.

How can we "make the case" for historic preservation through verified research and studies? What role do tax credits, heritage tourism, and redevelopment funds play into the vitality of communities? And how do preservation efforts "pay for themselves" through added economic activity or revenue? Experts in quantifying the benefits of historic preservation will present research and case examples that help provide convincing evidence for undecided decision-makers in the preservation development process.

Speakers

Mariela Alfonzo, PhD, Founder, State of Place; Matt Goebel, AICP, Director, Clarion Associates and co-author of Rules that Shape Urban Form and Aesthetics, Community Character, and the Law; Antonin Robert, MIM/MBA, President of Community Development, GBX GroupDonovan D. Rypkema, Principal, PlaceEconomics; Renee Kuhlman, National Trust for Historic Preservation
 
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Online Program
Online Program
Website: californiapreservation.org/events/making-case/
 
Contact Information
Cindy Heitzman
Email: cpf@californiapreservation.org
Phone: 415.495.0349x201
   



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