Historic Tax Credits: Positive Impact of State Historic Tax Credits Nationwide and Kentucky

This power point was presented by Renee Kuhlman with the National Trust for Historic Preservation before the Kentucky Legislature Appropriations and Revenue Committee on August 1, 2016. It provides an overview of state historic tax credits in contiguous and nearby states to Kentucky and cites examples of how the return on investment has been a catalyst for new businesses, new jobs and revitalized communities in Kentucky.
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Photo: The historic Oliver School in Winchester was once one of the top ten most endangered buildings in Kentucky. AU and Associates of Lexington converted the National Register property — the only surviving African American high school in Clark County from 1892-1956 – into lovely, spacious three and five bedroom residential apartments for families.