Join us as we explore the complexities of developing historic properties. The panel will outline the regulatory agencies that may have jurisdiction on the interventions, alterations, and additions to properties/buildings that are locally designated and listed in the National Register of Historic Places and how that jurisdiction can affect a development project. We will also highlight the Federal Historic Tax Credit and the Historic State Tax Credit, discussing the review process, recent policy changes, and potential policy changes arising from the current legislative session. We'll bring the pieces together by highlighting two local projects: the recently completed Canopy by Hilton and the planned redevelopment of the Fort Snelling Upper Post.
Continuing Real Estate Education Credit has been applied for and 1 hour is pending approval from the Minnesota Department of Commerce.
- Erin Hanafin Berg, Policy Director at Rethos, Places Reimagined
- Owen Metz, Vice President & Project Partner, Dominium
- Chris Sherman, Senior Vice President of Operations & Capital Markets, Sherman Associates
Members: $45 before early deadline; $55 after and at the door
Non-Members: $70 before early deadline; $85 after and at the door
Early registration deadline:
Premium Partner: United Properties
Location & Parking
Westminster Hall at Westminster Presbyterian Church
Parking is available for $10/car in Westminster's ramp. Pay when you enter with cash or credit card.
Westminster is connected to the skyway (though the Convention Center), but for the most direct route, take the skyway to Orchestra Hall and go outside to cross the street.