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Spatial Distribution of Tax Credit Projects in NC

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Presented at Preservation NC's Annual Conference 2010 in Durham.

Presented at Preservation NC's Annual Conference 2010 in Durham.


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  • 1. Examining the spatial distribution of tax credit projects across the state of North Carolina Andrew Edmonds NC State Historic Preservation Office
  • 2. Dilworth [Charlotte]: 123 projects from 857 contributing parcels in HD Cameron Park [Raleigh]: 59 projects from 285 contributing parcels in HD Spatial distribution of homeowner tax credit projects across historic districts
  • 3. Historic District [City] Projects Participation Rate 1. Dilworth [Charlotte] 123 13.9 % 2. Cameron Park [Raleigh] 59 19.6 3. Trinity [Durham] 54 12.8 4. Fisher Park [Greensboro] 31 7.9 5. Downtown Asheville 30 12.8 6. Oakwood [Raleigh] 30 --- 7. Watts-Hillandale [Durham] 28 8.8 8. West End [Winston-Salem] 29 6.3 9. Montford [Asheville] 25 4.3 10. Myers Park [Charlotte] 24 3.8 11. Wilmington 25 1.4 12. Boylan Heights [Raleigh] 23 8.1 13. Salisbury 22 11.6 14. Elizabeth [Charlotte] 22 3.3 15. Forest Hills [Durham] 17 6.6 16. Edenton 16 4.3 Historic Districts with the highest homeowner tax credit activity, and participation rates
  • 4. Uneven spatial distribution of homeowner tax credit projects in Durham: Trinity, Watts-Hillandale, and Forest Hills
  • 5. Uneven spatial distribution of homeowner tax credit projects in Raleigh: Cameron Park, Oakwood, and Boylan Heights
  • 6. Uneven spatial distribution of homeowner tax credit projects in Forest Hills Historic District, Durham
  • 7. Total investment of homeowner tax credit project activity within each US Congressional District
  • 8. Total investment of commercial tax credit project activity within each US Congressional District
  • 9. Complexity of dealing with tax credit project activity by US Congressional District in Charlotte
  • 10. Complexity of dealing with tax credit project activity by US Congressional District in Greensboro
  • 11. Thanks! Andrew Edmonds NC State Historic Preservation Office