Historic Preservation Tax Incentives

Historic preservation tax incentives are designed to promote urban and rural revitalization by encouraging private investment in the rehabilitation of historic buildings.  Buildings that qualify as certified historic structures with a planned substantial rehabilitation may qualify for a credit equal to 20% of the qualified rehabilitation expenditures as set forth in Treasury Regulation §1.48-12 . This program is an effective means of leveraging private investment in adaptive reuse and preservation of income-producing historic properties.

Mercer University- Bell House in Atlanta, Georgia



Historic Preservation Tax Incentives

Historic Tax Credits

Treasury Regulation §1.48-12