Interested in learning more? Visit these websites for more information on financial incentives that may be available, how-to advice, and perhaps a historic photo.
The New Albany Urban Enterprise Zone Association offers facade improvement grants for both commercial / industrial and residential properties within the designated Urban Enterprise Zone. Visit the NA UEZ website for more information, including the application forms.
Historic Homes of Southern Indiana Digital Photo Archive
This collection of listings from the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) of the 1960s and 70s were discovered in a real estate office in the early 2000s.
In 2004, Realtor Ed Clere and Floyd County Historian David C. Barksdale acquired a grant of $2000 from Indiana Landmarks and the Indiana Humanities Council. The Southern Indiana Board of Realtors matched the grant amount to support "this historically significant project." Additional records have been found since, and continue to be added to the site.
We develop national standards and guidelines for preserving, rehabilitating, restoring, and reconstructing historic properties. We provide the tools and information that historic property owners, preservation professionals and organizations, and government agencies at all levels need to care for the nation’s historic properties.
This site provides an excellent one-stop shop for practical information on how to care for and rehabilitate historic buildings. Information about the federal Rehabilitation Investment Tax Credits can also be found here.
PreservationDirectory.com is a primary online resource for historic preservation, building restoration and cultural resource management in the United States & Canada. Our goal is to foster the preservation of historic buildings, historic downtowns and neighborhoods, cultural resources and to promote heritage tourism by facilitating communication among historic preservation professionals and the general public. Founded in 1999 and headquartered in Portland, Oregon, PreservationDirectory.com has continually expanded and evolved to cover a comprehensive array of topics and resources of most interest to the historic and cultural resource community.