Historic Tax Credit Programs
Wednesday, November 28, 2007
Saint Louis University’s Humanities Building, 3800 Lindell
Boulevard, Room 142 (1st floor conference room)
This week’s expert speakers and presenters are Lynn Josse, Maureen McMillan and Melinda Stewart.
This week’s class will focus on:
– The relationship between the rehabber and the tax credit application preparer
– How to work with a preparer (do you need one?)
– Types of historic designation that do and don’t make your project eligible
– How to get that historic designation if you don’t already have it
After the initial presentation, extra time has been set aside for
Fee for Individual Class: Only $10 each – and if you join ReVitalize St. Louis at the session ($20 level or above), you get that night’s class for free!
PARKING: Onstreet, metered parking is available along Lindell or Vandeventer or park in the Moolah Theatre garage behind 3821 Lindell. Garage parking is $1 per hour, but their gate is frequently open at the end of our classes. Garage tickets can be validated at the Moolah Theatre in exchange for a purchase at their bar or
concession stand. Do not park on SLU’s campus without a SLU permit; you will be ticketed!
PAYMENT: We accept checks and cash at the door; sorry no credit cards. The class fee is tax-deductible. Your support of these classes benefits ReVitalize St. Louis, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization, and its projects including the Rehabbers Club and the annual Big BIG Tour.