Historic Preservation in Kentucky

(photo caption: John I Gilderbloom, Erin E. House, and Mathew J. Hanka)

The Economics of Historic Preservation in Kentucky, published in partnership with the University of Louisville,  details the economic and social impact of preservation activities in the state. For example, the report investigates the benefits of local preservation district designation to higher, more stable property values as well as the great advances in preservation economics due to the state historic preservation tax credit, which was enacted in 2005.

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