Can Preservation Pencil?

02/09/2017 08:30 AM - 03:30 PM PT

Category

Lecture/Program

Location

Historic Westside School
330 W. Washington Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89106
United States
Room Number: Community Room

Admission

  • Free

Summary

Workshop on the economics of preservation and adaptive reuse of older buildings.
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Suggested donation of $10.

Description

This workshop focuses on the economic and sustainable benefits of historic preservation and adaptive re-use of old buildings. Participants will learn about using sense of place as a tool for community development, development strategies as related to old buildings, and tax credits and incentives for preservation funding. Existing case studies of successful preservation projects will also be discussed, including a discussion of the newly renovated Historic Westside School.

4.75 credits are available for AIA and APA through the Urban Land Institute.

Speakers include:
Andy Kirk, PhD  Professor | University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Briana Paxton Grosicki  Director of Research | Place Economics
William Fiederlein Senior Financial Analyst | National Trust Investment Corporation
Robert Chattel, AIA  President | Chattel Inc. Historic Preservation Consultants

Moderated by Chris Morris Field Director | National Trust for Historic Preservation

A suggested donation of $10.00 is appreciated.

A light breakfast and box lunch are provided. Please email michelle@nevadapreservation.org if you would like to request a vegetarian option.

Thank you to our sponsors!

  

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