Reflections on 2015

It is hard to believe 2015 is coming to an end and that in a few short weeks buildings built in 1966 will be eligible for the National Register, providing even more opportunity for historic tax credit projects. This is not the only reason the Partners at MHA are thankful. 2015 has been a tremendous year for our firm and we owe a great debt of gratitude to our associates and our clients. 

Our associates have risen to every challenge this year. The number and complexity of our projects has increased significantly and our able staff has been able to meet the demands of delivering to our clients the guidance necessary to secure hundreds of millions of dollars of historic tax credits. We are thankful for all their efforts. 

Our clients have provided us with the opportunity to work on some very creative and monumental projects across the country. Their entrepreneurial spirit gives them the vision to see an old building as an opportunity and we are honored to help them make those visions a reality. We feel very fortunate and proud to be a part of so many award-winning developments that have created hundreds of hotel rooms, affordable housing units and offices and retail spaces.

Lastly, we recognize that it takes a village to make historic rehabilitation projects successful and we are thankful that we have the opportunity to work with so many great professionals; from lawyers and accountants to architects, engineers and contractors. We consider ourselves fortunate to have worked with many of you through the years and look forward to doing so again in 2016.

Here are some of the projects we had the good fortune to be a part of: