‘The Wisconsin Historic Tax Credits: What’s Next
Time and Place
Time: 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Location: Welford Sanders Historic Loft Building –
Formerly the Nunn Bush Shoe Factory
2812 North 5th Street, Milwaukee, WI.
UWM School of Architecture and Urban Planning – Historic Preservation Institute is hosting The Historic Building Reuse Lecture Series.
A mid-day panel discussion and workshop by:
Mike Jackson, former Illinois Deputy SHPO, IHPA.
Jonathan Beck, Alexander Company, Madison, WI.
William R. Cummings, Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren S.C.
Josh Lederer, HTC Investor, Fallbrook Credit Finance.
James Draeger, Historian and Wisconsin SHPO.
‘The Wisconsin Historic Tax Credits: What’s Next‘ Panel discussion and workshop about the future of the Historic Tax Credit program in Wisconsin.
Join us for a mid-day panel discussion focused on the Wisconsin Historic Tax Credit program. Since the program’s elevation to 20% of Qualified Restoration Expenses (QRE’s) in 2014, Wisconsin has become a national leader in the economic, social, and job creation benefits of reusing existing historic buildings. These benefits have been felt throughout the state. Showing case study examples that maximize the economic benefits of state historic credits, the panel will examine the initial intentions of the program, how it has grown recently, and what to expect as we move forward.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan on attending!
9:00am – Opening and Networking
10:00am – WHTC program – past and present
12:00pm – Lunch and Building Tours
1:00pm – WHTC program – a vision of the future
3:00pm – Q and A and Networking
Free seminar, lunch provided and building tours.
This symposium is sponsored with the Historic Preservation Institute in the School of Architecture at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (HPI UWM SARUP), CG Schmidt, and the Wisconsin Trust for Historic Preservation.
The Historic Preservation Institute Lecture Series focuses on the challenges of retaining key historic buildings and districts in Milwaukee. This series is being offered as a educational tool for students and professionals. The HPI functions as a laboratory for studies into building documentation, historic research, re-use design proposals, and the economics of landmark retention. As with the fall HPI lectures for the past five years, the spring workshop examines the latest challenges facing design, construction and development teams.
For more information about this symposium, contact Senior Lecturer Matthew Jarosz.