Buying Time for Heritage How to Save an Endangered Historic Property
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Description: As part of efforts to save endangered properties and encourage downtown and neighborhood revitalization, many of the nation's most successful historic preservation and downtown development organizations have become actively involved in real estate. This book explains how one nonprofit organization, Preservation North Carolina, has creatively employed common real estate strategies to save more than 500 endangered historic properties from destruction.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
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Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Historic Preservation Foundation of North Carolina, Inc.
Publication date: 10/15/2007
Size: 8.00" wide x 10.00" long x 0.75" tall
J. Myrick Howard is executive director of Preservation North Carolina and teaches historic preservation in the Department of City and Regional Planning at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
|Why Historic Preservation Matters: Making the Case for Historic Preservation|
|Real Estate Is the Name of the Game: Why Preservationists Need to Know and Understand Real Estate|
|Working with Endangered Properties: How Preservation North Carolina Works with Property|
|Creative Alternatives to Acquisition: Using Others' Money and Time to Do Your Work|
|Going to the Mat for a Property: When Purchase Is the Only Alternative|
|The Architectural Animal Shelter: Marketing Endangered Properties|
|Closing the Deal While Protecting the Property: The Delicate Balance between the Ideal and the Achievable|
|Doing the Right Thing and Staying True to the Building: Finding a Balance between Purity and Flexibility|
|The Functional Nonprofit Preservation Organization: The Need for a Strong Staff and a Supportive Board|
|A Case Study: Armstrong Apartments in Gastonia: Weaving Together Numerous Tools and Partners - and Keeping Faith|
|When Success Is Elusive: Dealing with Disasters and Near-Misses|
|Protection without Ownership: Using Easements to Protect Properties Tat Are Not for Sale|
|How to Deal with Institutions: Leveraging Your Knowledge and Contacts to Save Institutional Buildings|
|Complex and Challenging Projects: Creating a Market for Unusual Properties|
|Building Relocation: Victory or Defeat? Moving Structures May or May Not Be Good Preservation|
|Museums and Stewardship Properties: What to Do with Truly Special Places|
|Partnerships for Preservation: Partnering Can Make Larger Projects Possible|
|The People of Preservation: Preservationists as Social Capital|
|Waiver of the Right of First Refusal|
|Preservation Easement (Historic Preservation Agreement)|