Kennedy Sutherland Presents at Historic Tax Credit Workshop

The new Texas Historic Preservation Tax Credit has the potential to make a major impact on economic revitalization throughout our community and across our state. It offers wide-ranging opportunities for a diverse group of stakeholders, including developers, architects, realtors, urban planners, preservation consultants, nonprofits, investment firms, and local and state leaders and officials. Knowing how to navigate the program is key, though. This four hour workshop will focus on the nuts and bolts of the new credit, including what projects will qualify, who can take the credit, how the credit can be sold, and more. Our expert speakers will address the Federal Historic Tax Credit, New Market Tax Credit and other companion credits to illustrate how they can be combined. They will also present various projects and discuss their expectations for how the new state tax credit will function in the coming years.



Speakers Include:

Sharon Fleming, Director of the Division of Architecture and Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer for the Texas Historical Commission.

Valerie Magolan, Rehabilitation Tax Credit Specialist for the Texas Historical Commission.

Ben A. Dupuy, President of St. Charles Avenue Advisors in New Orleans and an expert in tax credit syndication.

Hal Fairbanks, Vice President of Acquisitions for HRI Propertiesin New Orleans and an expert in community development through adaptive reuse.

Scot E. Butcher, Principal of Tax Incentive Finance, LLC and Tax Incentives Consultants, LLC and an expert in business incentives and public finance.

Patrick J. Kennedy Jr., Managing Partner of Kennedy Sutherland LLP in San Antonio and an expert in New Market Tax Credits.

This workshop is presented in conjunction with the Texas Historical Commission.

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