Why Historic Tax Credits with Duane Van Dyke

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Duane Van Dyke, AIA, discussed reasons why the Ohio historic tax credits should be saved at the Heritage Ohio Historic Tax Credit Workshop in Toledo, Ohio on March 25, 2011.

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Why Historic Tax Credits with Duane Van Dyke

  1. 2. Why Historic Tax Credits? An Overview Duane Van Dyke, AIA, LEED AP
  2. 3. Does Ohio want to attract and retain the next generation ? Does Ohio want to attract entrepreneurs of all ages? Does Ohio want to create jobs?
  3. 4. We can do it by creating cool, hip, vibrant, walkable urban neighborhoods- large and small.
  4. 5. Improving Quality of Life here in Ohio Creating JOBS and increases property values Contributing to income, property, and sales tax in the region Contributing to making Ohio a success Encouraging Heritage Tourism Historic Preservation is not about saving old buildings but:
  5. 6. James H. Gilmore / Authenticity: What Consumers Really Want.
  6. 8. Ohio has the third most historic structures & districts on the National Register in the country. This is one of our great competitive advantages.
  7. 9. Historic Sites and Structures in Ohio
  8. 10. Ohio is not alone in recognizing the importance of Historic Tax Credits.
  9. 11. Heritage Ohio’s role in the Ohio Historic Tax Credit: Goals: Large & Small Projects Easy to Use Reduce Developer’s Risk
  10. 12. Cleveland Arcade
  11. 13. Historic Tax Credit Projects in the Historic Gateway Neighborhood and Historic Warehouse District- Tax Credits were responsible for over $1 Billion in redevelopment in these two neighborhoods.
  12. 14. Colonial Marketplace Schofield Building
  13. 15. East 4 th Street, Cleveland Warehouse District, Cleveland
  14. 16. 668 Euclid Ave., Cleveland Euclid Ave., Cleveland E 9 th Cleveland
  15. 20. Shawnee Norwalk Tiffin Newark
  16. 21. Holland Theatre Bellefontaine Cincinnati Akron
  17. 22. Saint Clairsville Lancaster Bellevue Portsmouth
  18. 23. Mid Century Modern Breuer Tower ASM World Headquarters
  19. 24. These Historic Buildings are one of Ohio’s Great “Natural” Resources
  20. 25. Ohio’s Future: This Place Matters… … and Your Place Matters

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