Financial Incentives for Historic Properties Workshop

Jan 19 9:00am-4:00pm
Claremont United Methodist Church 211 W Foothill Blvd Claremont, CA 91711

The California Preservation Foundation will be hosting a workshop to assist existing and prospective owners and developers of historic properties in identifying financial, tax, and regulatory incentives that can be used to offset rehabilitation and maintenance costs. Focused towards owners, developers, preservation advocates, and municipal planners, case examples illustrate the wide range of incentives available nationally and locally, the associated eligibility requirements, and how to gain access to financial incentives for historic preservation. Speakers are program administrators, accounting professionals, and experienced preservation experts.

Claremont United Methodist Church designed by Richard Neutra, the site of the workshop.

Learning Objectives

  1. Learn about Façade Easements, Mills Act, Tax Credit programs, rebate offers, filming revenue, and Grants that benefit older properties.
  2. Learn about the eligibility requirements, differences between the incentives, and how they can or cannot be combined.
  3. Understand application process for each program, who the reviewing authority is, and any costs of applying/participating.
  4. Determine which incentives a property is eligible for, how to calculate the anticipated financial benefits and know their duration and any associated complexities, and understand how to combine incentives.

For more details and to register, click here.