Historic Preservation and Rehabilitation Tax Credits
Kantor Taylor has extensive experience helping both developers and investors finance and preserve historic buildings through the use of Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits, charitable contributions, transfers of conservation easements and façade easements, and other transferable development and real property rights. We have advised clients on the use of Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits as a separate source of equity financing as well as when combined with Low Income Housing Tax Credits or New Markets Tax Credits. We understand the complex nature of these projects, including the intricacies of master tenant structures and the participation of tax-exempt entities. Kantor Taylor has worked on a range of projects involving many types of commercial and mixed-use buildings, and community, public benefit and housing facilities.