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Leveraging Historic Resources, Redevelopment and Heritage Tourism in Your Community


State College, Pennsylvania — November 11, 2011


Program offers Significant Federal Tax Incentives for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings.


Free presentation will introduce incentives and technical assistance available.


Do you own a commercial building located in a historic district, a house that is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, or a historic barn? Does it need to be fixed up? Will it be used for rental housing or some other business? If you answered YES to all three questions, then you should be aware of a program that offers significant federal tax incentives for rehabilitating historic buildings.


Learn from the experts about preservation tools, incentives and technical assistance available to rehabilitate historic buildings and preserve community assets.  Join us for this FREE presentation Wednesday,


Wednesday, December 7th, 2011 from 8:00 – 9:30 AM at the American Philatelic Center – Sundman Hall, 100 Match Factory Place, Bellefonte, PA 16823.


This presentation will introduce attendees to the Federal Historic Preservation Tax Credit Program, which can generate cash for building rehabilitation; the preservation and rehabilitation technical assistance available to property owners; and the economic and heritage tourism benefits of preserving your historic community assets.


This presentation is FREE and open to the public but reservations are appreciated. For more information on the presentation, click here to view the Presentation Flyer.  Click here to view basic information about Federal Historic Tax Credits.


As a leader in Historic Preservation, Weber Murphy Fox in conjunction with the Borough of Bellefonte Pennsylvania, Preservation Pennsylvania & the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Planning and Community Development Office of Centre County will be sponsoring this event.


Weber Murphy Fox is a full-service regional architecture, interiors, and construction firm with offices in Erie, Cleveland, State College, and Charlotte. The firm is recognized for its creative design solutions and customer-centric construction management approach.