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Making "Cents" of Historic Preservation

October 19, 2010

Wolff & Samson member John A. McKinney Jr. is a speaker at the October 19, 2010 program "Making 'Cents' of Historic Preservation." Presented by Preservation New Jersey, Preservation Easement Trust and CityScape Capital Group, the program will cover financing options and tax incentives for historic preservation projects and will include speakers with historic preservation experience who will discuss Federal Rehabilitation Tax Credits, New Jersey’s Historic Property Revitalization Act, and the tax benefits of easement donations, as well as review several successful historic preservation projects. This conference is expected to provide immediately useful information for architects, developers, attorneys and finance professionals dealing with preservation projects and investments.

John McKinney, who is finishing out his term on the New Jersey Historic Site Council, is a Trustee and Second Vice Chair of The Drumthwacket Foundation, the curator of the official residence of the governor of New Jersey. His practice includes handling historic preservation issues in connection with development.

For more information or to register, please see the attached flyer or contact Beth Beatty of Preservation Easement Trust at (609) 524-4044 or beth@PreservationEasement.org.

 

Location

Rutgers University (Alexander Library -- Pane Room)
169 College Ave.
New Brunswick, NJ

For More Information, Contact:

John McKinney
(973) 530-2036
jmckinney@wolffsamson.com