Examining the
spatial distribution of
tax credit projects
across the state of
North Carolina
Andrew Edmonds
NC State Histo...
Dilworth [Charlotte]: 123 projects
from 857 contributing parcels in HD
Cameron Park [Raleigh]: 59 projects
from 285 contri...
Historic District [City] Projects Participation Rate
1. Dilworth [Charlotte] 123 13.9 %
2. Cameron Park [Raleigh] 59 19.6
...
Uneven spatial distribution of homeowner tax credit projects
in Durham: Trinity, Watts-Hillandale, and Forest Hills
Uneven spatial distribution of homeowner tax credit projects
in Raleigh: Cameron Park, Oakwood, and Boylan Heights
Uneven spatial distribution of homeowner tax credit projects
in Forest Hills Historic District, Durham
Total investment of homeowner tax credit project activity
within each US Congressional District
Total investment of commercial tax credit project activity
within each US Congressional District
Complexity of dealing with tax credit project activity by
US Congressional District in Charlotte
Complexity of dealing with tax credit project activity by
US Congressional District in Greensboro
Thanks!
Andrew Edmonds
NC State Historic
Preservation Office
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Spatial Distribution of Tax Credit Projects in NC

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Spatial Distribution of Tax Credit Projects in NC

  1. 1. Examining the spatial distribution of tax credit projects across the state of North Carolina Andrew Edmonds NC State Historic Preservation Office
  2. 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. 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. 4. Uneven spatial distribution of homeowner tax credit projects in Durham: Trinity, Watts-Hillandale, and Forest Hills
  5. 5. Uneven spatial distribution of homeowner tax credit projects in Raleigh: Cameron Park, Oakwood, and Boylan Heights
  6. 6. Uneven spatial distribution of homeowner tax credit projects in Forest Hills Historic District, Durham
  7. 7. Total investment of homeowner tax credit project activity within each US Congressional District
  8. 8. Total investment of commercial tax credit project activity within each US Congressional District
  9. 9. Complexity of dealing with tax credit project activity by US Congressional District in Charlotte
  10. 10. Complexity of dealing with tax credit project activity by US Congressional District in Greensboro
  11. 11. Thanks! Andrew Edmonds NC State Historic Preservation Office

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