Tax Credits and other Incentives for Locating in the New Albany Downtown National Register Historic District
Field Day - Wednesday, Oct. 26, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tour three historic buildings and learn of ways that National Register properties can earn you tax credits through rehabilitation.
Field Day Leaders:
David Duvall ... historic architect with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Division of Historic Preservation and Archeology, and a specialist in tax credits for the State of Indiana.
Paul Wheatley ... New Albany's Economic Development Director will discuss other incentives, including tax abatements and the Urban Enterprise Zone.
The day begins at the White House Center, 222 Pearl St.
Buildings to be toured include Shrader Stable (c. 1875) on Main Street:
The Reisz Building (c. 1850) on Main Street:
and the Baptist Tabernacle (c. 1879) on East Fourth Street.
Lunch from Ermin’s French Bakery and Café will be $6.00.
This event is sponsored by:
Develop New Albany, an Indiana Main Street program
Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana, Southern Regional Office
City of New Albany Historic Preservation Commission
Please return your registration by Oct. 24 to Develop New Albany, 222 Pearl St., New Albany, IN 47150.
NA Confidential cordially invites 3rd District Uncouncilman Steve Price to accompany us for the field day, and to cast a ceremonial "no" vote at the conclusion of the program.