Welcome to Your Hour with APA Virginia Chapter sponsored by The Berkley Group. This is a free webinar series happening thefourth Monday of each month from Noon - 1 p.m. and is currently open to everyone, members and non-members. Members can receive 1 CM credit for watching live. All webinars are recorded and posted to our YouTube channel within 24 hours.
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How Historic Tax Credits Shape Communities
Monday, January 25, 12pm-1pm
Virginia is a national leader in the use of federal historic tax credits to rehabilitate historic buildings around the state. How do these tax credit programs really work and how can you identify buildings that benefit from them? Richard Sidebottom of MacRostie Historic Advisors, the nation’s leading historic tax credit consultants, will explain the basics of the federal and Virginia historic tax credits, why and how developers/owners use them, and how they have been catalytic for communities.
Richard has over fifteen years of expertise with the federal and state historic tax credit programs. In the Southeast, Richard provides consulting services for federal and state historic tax credit certification, the National Register of Historic Places, special state historic preservation tax incentives and related regulatory programs. He works with clients to identify creative solutions that address project needs and meet regulatory requirements for the historic tax credit programs.
Prior to joining the MHA in 2010, Richard ran a private historic preservation practice in South Carolina. He is also a former reviewer and supervisor of compliance, tax incentive and outreach programs with the South Carolina State Historic Preservation Office.
Richard holds a BA in History and Classical Studies from Emory University and a Master of Architectural History & Preservation degree from the University of Virginia.