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Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio
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Restoration of Clarendon Hotel St Clairsville Ohio

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Dennis Bigler tells Heritage Ohio Historic tax credit workshop participants about the restoration of the Clarendon Hotel in St Clairsville Ohio.

Dennis Bigler tells Heritage Ohio Historic tax credit workshop participants about the restoration of the Clarendon Hotel in St Clairsville Ohio.

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  • 1. Tax Credit Workshop
    St. Clairsville,Ohio
    The Clarendon Hotel
    102 East Main Street
    November 9, 2009
  • 2. Information
    The Clarendon LLC. Owner
    Built in 1889
    St. Clairsville Historic District
    Romanesque Revival Style
    Historic Preservation Consultants. Chambers Murphy and Burge, Restoration Architects. Akron
  • 3. Eligibility
    Listed on the National Register of Historic
    Places as a contributing building of the St.Clairsville Historic District in 1994.
    Rehabilitation Resources
    Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit
    Federal Tax Rehabilitation Credit
    State Appalachian Grant
  • 4. Specifications
    3 story building
    Tallest Commercial building on Main St.
    Oldest Hotel site.
    On 0.25 acres
    17,500 s.f.
    Sandstone. Brick. Concrete. Wood.
  • 5. Character Defining Features
    Architectural Elements
    Materials
    Space
    • Stair System
    Windows
    Millwork
    Skylight
    Fireplace
    Faux Marble
    Tile Floor
    Lobby
    Hotel Corridors
  • 6. Significant Features
  • 7. Significant Features (cont.)
  • 8. Significant Features (Cont.)
  • 9. Significant Features (Cont.)
  • 10. Significant Features (cont.)
  • 11. Significant Features (cont.)
  • 12. Significant Features (Cont.)
  • 13. Significant Features (cont.)
  • 14. Significant Features (cont.)
  • 15. Significant features (Cont.)
  • 16. Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit Application
    Combined Tax Credit Application, State and Federal Submitted on February 25, 2008
    Federal rehabilitation tax credit Part 2 Phase 2 (Stairs and Elevator) and Phase 3 (Interior rooms). Included in Continuation/Ammendment Sheets, corresponding photos, drawings.
    Part 1 approved August 10, 2005.
    Part 2 Phase 1 (exterior envelope) was already submitted and completed in August 2006. (Preliminary certification advisory from NPS)
  • 17. Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit Application
    Project to be completed in 3 Stages.
    Submitted Rationale for Staged Project Form
    Submitted Major Factor Information Narrative
    Cost Benefit Analysis. Prepared by Accountant
  • 18. Rationale For Staged Project Form
    Total Estimated Project Expenditures $3,600,000.00
    Total Estimated Qualified Rehabilitation Expenditures $3,000,000.00
    Two years and Six Month Staged Project Plan (Federal Tax Rehabilitation Credit Phased 60 month)
    Time period. March 2008 to December 2010
  • 19. Rationale (Cont.)
    Stage 1. New Elevator. New Shaft. New Exit Fire Stairs and Enclosure. Main Stairs and Enclosure Rehabilitation. Corresponding electrical, structural. (Part 2 Phase 2 FTxC)
    Stage 2. Rehabilitation of the 1st floor hotel with dependencies, restaurant and kitchen. HVAC. Electrical. Plumbing. ADA. Fire Suppression. (Part 2 Phase 3 FTxC)
    Stage 4. Rehabilitate 9th to 12th. Same as Stage 2.
    Stage 5. Rehabilitation of Storefronts. Dependent on Lease Progress
  • 20. Rationale (Cont.)
    Stage 3. Rehabilitation of the 2nd and 3rd floors. Double loaded corridors. New guest rooms. HVAC. Plumbing. Electric. ADA. Fire Suppression system. (Part 2 Phase 3 of the FTxC).
  • 21. Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit. Amendments
    Amendments can be submitted anytime changes occur.
    Any changes or clarifications requested by the SHPO generates an Amendment.
    Send corresponding copies to ODOD
    Use Federal Tax Rehabilitation Amendment Form.
  • 22. Ohio Department of DevelopmentProgress Reports
    To be filed with ODOD.
    ODOD sends letter about status of project, and owner updates information in the white spaces. If gray space information needs to be changes then the owner has to file an Amendment with the ODOD, like for example change of ownership.
    Existing amendments are listed.
  • 23. What is a Green Building?
    • When design and construction practices reduce negative environmental impacts and improve existing unsustainable design.
    • 24. It reduces operation costs.
    • 25. Enhances building marketability.
    • 26. Increases worker productivity.
    • 27. Improves indoor air-quality problems.
    • 28. Becomes energy and water efficient.
    • 29. Promotes conservation of materials
    • 30. Integrates the design process.
  • Common issues in Historic Preservation and Green Building
    Embodied energy and reuse of existing resources. (Embodied energy of a standard building is equal to 5-15 gallons of gasoline per s.f.)
    Conservation resources.
    Preservation of Cultural Heritage
    Adapting existing Historic Structures to current societal needs
  • 31. Current Public Green Initiatives
    In legislation, executive orders, resolution, ordinances, policies and initiatives.
    13 federal agencies
    17 public school systems
    39 institutions of higher education
    45 states
    195 localities (132 cities, 35 counties, 28 towns)
  • 32. Green Initiatives Examples
    GSA. Decided in 2000 that starting in 2003 all capital building projects must earn LEED certification. Largest civilian landlord 8,600 buildings. First Federal USGBC member.
    Palo Alto. CA. Commercial LEED certified. Residential Build It Green’s Green Point rating system
    Lakewood, OH. Adopted resolution use LEED Green principles in public projects.
  • 33. Green Initiative examples
    New Albany, OH. New building incentives for Green commercial buildings.
    Shaker Hts. OH. Encourage municipal and private sector to follow LEED guidelines
    Cincinnati, OH. All municipal buildings, new and renovated be LEED certified. Automatic 100% Real Property Tax Exempt of assessed property value for residential and commercial LEED Certified structures.
  • 34. Green Initiatives Examples
    Lima, OH. Green initiative adopted for public works in
    Transportation
    Lighting
    Wastewater
    Water Supply
    Solid Waste
  • 35. Green Rating Systems
    USGBC LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design )
    Build it Green. Green Point. CA
    National Association of Home Builders. National Green Building Standards.
    Built Green. CO
    Sustainable Space. CA
    Built Green. WA
  • 36. Green features in Historic Buildings
    Urban density
    Transportation
    Daylighting
    Natural ventilation
    Local materials
    Embodied energy
    Passive energy saving devices
    Durability
  • 37. Greening Historic PropertyDiscussion Components
    Envelope.Windows, wall, roof and foundation performance
    HVAC system. Space for new systems. Meeting energy/thermal performance.
    Lighting. Day lighting and electric lighting integration and issues.
    Materials. Conflicts with green or historic standards. Lack of acceptance of green imitation of historic materials
  • 38. Energy and Atmosphere
    Historic District
    Whitaker & State
    Where possible,
    the historic windows
    remained in use. 
    Storefront glass features Low-e coating
    (Later added interior storm windows) 
  • 39. Building Reuse
    100% of the shell and the majority of the interior was reused
    Purchased materials were locally sourced, and high in recycled content
    Materials and Resources
    Historic District
    Whitaker & State
  • 40. Materials and Resources
    Historic District
    Whitaker & State
    Material Reuse
    The hefty stair treads
    and hand rail caps
    throughout the building
    were milled utilizing
    wood from the original
    building structure. 
    Stair treads – from old floor joists
    Handrails – denailed framing studs
    Baseboards – old lathe strips
  • 41. Indoor Environmental Quality
    Historic District
    Whitaker & State
    All paints and finishes
    were low VOC
    (volatile organic compounds)
    products. 
    Safer to breathe
    and don’t continue
    to off-gas over time
  • 42. Martha Raymond Presentation 2007 HO
    Drawing courtesy of the National Park Service
    Prism glass in transom at the Robinson Music Company Building, Steubenville, Ohio
  • 43. Martha Raymond Presentation 2007 HO
    Double-Loaded Corridors
  • 44. Martha Raymond Presentation 2007 HO
    Former school classroom adaptively re-used. Full height windows were preserved, providing natural daylight within the new office space. HVAC duct work is also exposed.
  • 45. Transoms were open or closed to help regulate ventilation throughout the building.
    Martha Raymond Presentation 2007 HO
  • 46. Use of awnings as an energy conservation measure in a residential setting.
    Martha Raymond Presentation 2007 HO
  • 47. The Community Restoration and Revitalization Act HR 1043 S 584
    Re-introduced on October 1, 2009
    Senators Lincoln (D-AR) Snowe (R-ME)
    HR Schwartz (D-PA) Tiberi (R-OH)
    8 Amendments to 1986 Federal Rehabilitation Tax Credit.
    Enabling Smaller Rehabilitation Projects
    Providing Downtown Housing in Historic Buildings
    Using a practical definition for “Older Building”
  • 48. Community Restoration (Cont.)
    Rehabilitating Qualified Non-profit and Public Historic Buildings
    Making Historic Buildings as Energy Efficient as they can be.
    Facilitating smaller projects through Transferability
    Encouraging Moderate Rehabilitation through Reducing the Substantial Rehabilitation Requirements
    Allowing State Historic Tax Credits to Work More Effectively with the Federal Credit
  • 49. Historic Homeowners Revitalization Act HR 3670
    Introduced in September 29, 2009
    HR Carnahan (D-MO)
    Federal Tax Credit 20%. “Qualified Rehabilitation expenditures made by the tax payer with respect to a qualified historic home”. Cap of $60,000
    Increase in credit for buildings in “high cost” or economically distressed areas.
  • 50. Historic Homeowners (Cont.)
    Ability of credits to be transferred or assigned.
    Available for “For Sale” housing.
    Additional information at the following web pages:
    www.PreservationAction.org
    www.PreservationNation.org
  • 51. Energy Tax
    Energy Efficient Commercial Building Deduction. Sec. 179D IRS
    Renewed until 2013
    Return $1.80/S.F if whole building qualifies
    Return $.60/SF if only some portions qualify, like HVAC, Electric, etc.
  • 52. Presenter
    Yolita E. Rausche M.Arch HP
    Historic Preservation Specialist
    Chambers Murphy & Burge Restoration Architects, Akron, Ohio
    Heritage Ohio Board Member
    Email:yrausche@sbcglobal.net
    yrausche@cmbarchitects.com

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