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"The Trust’s annual monitoring process is a great reminder to historic buildings owners of their commitment to historic preservation," says Trust for Architectural Easements founder, Steven McClain. - September 30, 2011
"The Trust’s annual monitoring process is a great reminder of the value that the Trust provides to Baltimore," says Trust for Architectural Easements founder, Steven McClain. - September 30, 2011
The Trust for Architectural Easements is proud to present an online tour of Boston's Historic South End. The multimedia tour can be found on the Trust's website. The South end of Boston is the largest extant enclave of urban Victorian residential architecture in the country. Declared a National Register... - September 22, 2011
The Trust for Architectural Easements is proud to present an online tour of Historic Martha's Vineyard. The multimedia tour can be found on the Trust's website. It’s been called a fairyland. There are more than 300 tiny clustered cottages, painted in a rainbow of pink and purple and pastel blue... - September 22, 2011
The Trust for Architectural Easements is proud to present an online tour of Oregon Historic District in Dayton, Ohio. The multimedia tour can be found on the Trust's website. Nicknamed the “Gem City,” Dayton, Ohio, garners national recognition from its association with its most famous native... - September 22, 2011
The Trust for Architectural Easements is proud to present an online tour of Historic Charleston, South Carolina. A PDF of the tour can be found on the Trust's website. - September 22, 2011
The Trust for Architectural Easements helped list the Garment Center Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places. Garment Center covers 25 blocks of Midtown Manhattan between Sixth and Ninth avenues to the east and west, and between 35th and 41st streets to the south and north. It is... - August 13, 2011
The Trust for Architectural Easements protects historic buildings in Fells Point. To learn more about the Trust for Architectural Easements, visit the Trust’s website at www.architecturaltrust.org. - August 13, 2011
The Trust for Architectural Easements is one of the nation's largest not-for-profit organizations dedicated to voluntary preservation through easement donations. The Trust recently provided a private garden tour of one of New York City's grand old palatial apartment building courtyards. The 13-story... - August 06, 2011
The Trust for Architectural Easements is one of the largest preservation easement holding organizations in the United States. The Trust protects more than 800 historic properties and is dedicated to preserving historic neighborhoods by raising awareness about the cause of historic preservation, and the resources and programs available to aid in the preservation and protection of America’s historic architecture. - August 06, 2011
The Trust for Architectural Easements recently toured two historic properties that the Trust had assisted in restoring by provided the DC Preservation League’s Landmark Fires Fund with a $7,500 grant. On April 30, 2007, fire ravaged two of the District’s significant historic resources, the... - August 06, 2011
The Trust for Architectural Easements, one of the nation’s largest non-profit organizations dedicated to voluntary preservation through preservation easements, supported local efforts to list the Eagleville Historic District in the National Register of Historic Places. - October 07, 2010
The Allenhurst Residential Historic District in Allenhurst, NJ, has recently been listed in the National Register of Historic Places. “The National Register of Historic Places is the federal program that provides public recognition of our nation’s historic resources, whether architectural,... - June 27, 2010
A significant part of Newburyport’s historic architecture faces foreclosure and possible demolition. Built in 1789 by Noah Jackman, the Jackman-Moultan-Chase House and property has operated as a farm since its construction and is currently named Arrowhead Farms. Today the property stands much... - June 05, 2010
The Trust for Architectural Easements has scheduled two free Boston seminars on the Federal Historic Preservation Tax Incentive Program for Wednesday, April 28, 2010 and Thursday, May 13, 2010. - April 28, 2010
The Trust for Architectural Easements is a leading force in the preservation of architectural heritage in the United States. To RSVP for the seminar or learn more about the Trust’s local preservation efforts, the Federal Historic Preservation Tax Incentive Program and the donation process, contact the Trust at 1-888-831-2107 or visit www.architecturaltrust.org. - March 27, 2010
The Federal Historic Preservation Tax Incentive Program: Protecting America’s Architectural Treasures Through Voluntary Preservation Wednesday, May 19, 2010 7:00 p.m. Greenwich Library 101 West Putnam Avenue Greenwich, CT 06830 - March 27, 2010
To promote a seminar on the financial incentives for historic preservation, the Trust for Architectural Easements is publishing a walking tour of historic Old Towne Orange. - March 11, 2010
The Trust for Architectural Easements protects more than 800 historic properties in California, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Maryland, Virginia, and Illinois. On Thursday, March 11th at 6:30 p.m., the Trust will host a seminar on the financial incentives for historic preservation. To RSVP, please email easements@architecturaltrust.org. - March 03, 2010
If approved, the proposed Eagleville Historic District in Holden, MA could be listed in the National Register of Historic Places this year. The Trust for Architectural Easements supports these local preservation efforts. - February 28, 2010
The Trust for Architectural Easements is a leading force in the preservation of architectural heritage in the United States. To RSVP for the Greenwich, Connecticut seminar or learn more about the Trust’s local preservation efforts, the Federal Historic Preservation Tax Incentive Program and the donation process, contact the Trust at 1-888-831-2107 or visit www.architecturaltrust.org. - February 20, 2010
The Trust for Architectural Easements protects more than 800 historic properties in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Maryland, Virginia, Illinois, and California. On Wednesday, February 24th at 7 p.m., a representative of the Trust for Architectural Easements will give a free, informational... - February 18, 2010
The Belnord is privately owned and access to its 22,000-square-foot courtyard is normally restricted. The Trust for Architectural Easements is organizing self-guided tours of the courtyard from December 1st through December 16th (2 p.m. to 5 p.m., weekdays only). Reservations are required. Please email rsvp@architecturaltrust.org to make a reservation. - December 02, 2009
Through education initiatives like the Open House New York Weekend, the Trust for Architectural Easements fosters greater appreciation for the historic structures that contribute to the beauty of our cities and towns. Last year, the Trust organized a tour of SoHo for children and sponsored a tour of Wall Street, led by architectural historian Tony Robins. In 2007, the Trust for Architectural Easements provided a grant, and worked cooperatively with, openhousenewyork to develop an educational cur - October 09, 2009
Through education initiatives like the Open House New York Weekend, the Trust for Architectural Easements fosters greater appreciation for the historic structures that contribute to the beauty of our cities and towns. Last year, the Trust organized a tour of SoHo for children and sponsored a tour of Wall Street, led by architectural historian Tony Robins. - October 09, 2009
For the second year in a row, the Trust for Architectural Easements, one of the nation’s largest non-profit preservation organizations, is sponsoring and hosting architectural tours during the annual Open House New York Weekend, Oct. 10 and 11. The event opens the doors of more than 300 buildings... - October 09, 2009
The Trust for Architectural Easements is one of the largest preservation easement holding organizations in the nation. Through education initiatives like the OHNY Weekend, the Trust fosters greater appreciation for historic preservation. - October 03, 2009
If approved, the Allenhurst Residential Historic District in Allenhurst, NJ could be listed in the National Register of Historic Places this year. “The National Register of Historic Places is the federal program that provides public recognition of our nation’s historic resources, whether... - July 29, 2009
The Trust for Architectural Easements, one of the largest preservation easement holding organizations in the United States, and Island Press, a leading environmental publisher, are co-sponsors of the successful Sustainability and Historic Preservation Thought Leader Discussion Series. The two-part panel series has traveled from Washington to New York and on to Boston and has included more than a dozen panelists - noted architects, preservationists, planners, developers and finance professionals. - May 15, 2009
The Trust for Architectural Easements and Island Press, co-sponsors of the successful and innovative Sustainability and Historic Preservation Thought Leader Discussion Series, are proud to present the second and final panel in Boston - How We Finance Sustainable Development. - May 08, 2009
Focusing on walkable urban centers and away from drivable suburban sprawl will require federal policy leadership and local action to change regulations. Many areas of the United States have zoning and building codes that discourage historic building rehabilitation and the creation of sustainable urban communities due to ambiguous terminology and the interpretive whims of the code officials. - April 22, 2009
The Trust for Architectural Easements and Island Press, co-sponsors of the successful and innovative Sustainability and Historic Preservation Thought Leader Discussion Series held from January to March in Washington, DC, are taking the popular discussion series on the road. The first panel discussion... - April 22, 2009
In the next twenty years, the number of urban dwellers worldwide will swell to an estimated five-billion people. Redeveloping our existing built resources to accommodate this growth will determine the future of our cities and regions, the natural environment, and the health and human welfare of all of the earth’s inhabitants. As we face the challenges of climate change and diminishing fossil fuel resources, how will urban areas accommodate a growing population while minimizing resource use? - April 14, 2009
The third panel – How We Finance Development – will be held on March 23, 2009 from 7:30 to 9:00 pm at the SEIU Conference Center Room 1036/38 in Washington, DC. RSVP for this free event by sending an email to kgraves@islandpress.org or calling 202-232-7933 x20. - March 17, 2009
If approved, the Breed’s Hill Historic District in Charlestown, MA will be listed on the National Register of Historic Places and will be an expansion of the Monument Square Historic District listed on the National Register in 1987. “The National Register of Historic Places is the federal... - March 04, 2009
The Trust for Architectural Easements is one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit organizations dedicated to voluntary preservation through easement donations. The Trust protects more than 800 historic buildings across the United States. For more information about the Trust’s local preservation efforts, the Federal Historic Preservation Tax Incentive Program and the donation process, please contact the Trust at 1-888-831-2107 or visit www.architecturaltrust.org. - February 18, 2009
Experts – Chris Leinberger, Martine Combal, and Chris Zimmerman - will discuss how we regulate development to create an environmentally, financially and socially sustainable future. Rebecca Flora, Senior VP of Education and Research at the US Green Building Council will moderate. - February 17, 2009
The National Register of Historic Places is the federal program that provides public recognition of our nation’s historic resources, whether architectural, cultural, or archaeological. - February 14, 2009
Experts to discuss how we regulate development to create a future that is environmentally, financially and socially sustainable. Panel Moderator: Rebecca Flora, Senior Vice President of Education and Research at the U.S. Green Building Council. Panelists: Chris Leinberger, Martine Combal, Chris Zimmerman. - February 12, 2009
Garment Center Historic District's Contributing Property Owners Now Eligible for Federal Historic Preservation Tax Incentive Programs. - January 24, 2009
Expansion of federal historic preservation tax incentives will stimulate the economy and protect the environment. - January 18, 2009
The following is a letter from the Trust for Architectural Easements to President-elect Obama on historic preservation, sustainability and the financial crisis. Expansion of existing federal historic preservation tax incentives will stimulate the economy and protect the environment. - January 15, 2009
A series of three panel discussions sponsored by the Trust for Architectural Easements and Island Press will bring together experts from the financial, real estate, architecture, preservation, planning, and policy worlds to discuss how to create a future that is environmentally, financially, and socially... - January 07, 2009
Laura L. Thornton, Director of Education for the Trust for Architectural Easements, summarizes the present state of historic preservation education in the primary and secondary schools through a review of resources available to teachers who seek to teach historic preservation to their students in the... - January 07, 2009
The Trust for Architectural Easements announces a Sustainability and Historic Preservation panel series. The panels are titled "How Policy Influences Development," "How We Regulate Development," and "How We Finance Development." The first panel will be held on January 12th at 6:30 pm at the U.S. Green Building Council in Washington, D.C. (1800 Massachusetts Avenue, NW) - December 30, 2008
Last week, the 95-year old Austin, Nichols & Co. Warehouse designed by Cass Gilbert was formally protected by the donation of a preservation easement to the Trust for Architectural Easements. - December 20, 2008
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