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Scott Enterprises Announces ‘Harbor Place’ a Vision and Plan for Erie’s Bayfront

  Erie, PA (November 27, 2013) – Scott Enterprises Erie, PA, is excited to present its vision and plan for Erie’s downtown bayfront.   In 1999, Scott purchased 12 acres of prime bayfront real estate at the northeast corner of State Street and the Bayfront Parkway (the former Penelec site). Over the past year, Scott […]

Robert Lingenfelter Invited to Participate on Historic Preservation Workshop Panel

On September 24-25, The Titusville Renaissance, with financial assistance from the Oil Region Alliance of Business, Industry and Tourism, Crawford Heritage Community Foundation, and Farmers National Bank, hosted a 2-day workshop entitled The Buck Starts Here; Historic Preservation Made Affordable. The program provided information on key aspects of a preservation project funding, including: Department of Interior […]

WMF Offers Historic Tax Credit Presentation

On June 11th, Heather Rudge (Historic Preservationist) of Weber Murphy Fox and Melissa Ferchill (MCM Company) presented a program on utilizing tax credits to rehabilitate historic buildings. The program focused on the Federal Rehabilitation Tax Credit program, which is available for historic, and non-historic buildings, if the buildings are used in a trade or business […]

Robert Lingenfelter speaks at the ASLA PA/DE Annual Meeting

April 2013, State College, PA — Landscape Architect Robert Lingenfelter, of Weber Murphy Fox (WMF), presented at the American Society of Landscape Architects, Pennsylvania – Delaware Chapter Annual Meeting on April 19th in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. The conference provides an opportunity for industry leaders to share their professional experiences as the increasing demand for green […]

Historic Tax Credits

Our project team provides expertise in the development, design, management, and delivery of Federal and State historic tax credits to property owners for the rehabilitation of buildings that are at least fifty years old. Depending on location, historic tax credits can easily provide a third of the rehabilitation project budget. With emphasis on the reuse, […]