ULI Small Scale Developer Forum: Historic Meets Contemporary
Thursday - Friday, April 19-20, 2018
Celebrated as the top city to visit in the U.S., Charleston exudes history, southern hospitality, and fine grained development. Well known for its historic preservation movement, the decades-long regeneration of Charleston’s historic blocks have resulted in a vibrant, walkable, and interesting mix of adaptive reuse and creative infill. Like many places with a distinctly historic fabric, innovative developers are now experimenting with contemporary infill projects to create a balance of history and forward looking design.
Interactive panels, including MHA experts and clients, will discuss some of the common pitfalls and lessons learned from developing adaptive reuse projects, and working with historic tax credits. The program will also explore how to best meld contemporary and historic design concepts. Additionally, Charleston’s significant role as a tourist mecca will allow us to explore what is happening in the boutique and small scale hospitality realm.
Preserving Affordability, Affording Preservation: Prospects For Historic Multi-Family Housing
Friday, April 27, 2018
9am - 6pm
All Saints' Church | Dorchester, MA
Historic New England convenes leading advocates in affordable housing and historic preservation to examine the past, present, and future of our region's historic multi-family housing. Hear from MHA experts how historic tax credits are playing their part.