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1 Preservation Projects of Merit State Historic Tax Credit Program

2 Iowa Historic Preservation Tax Incentive Program Examples of outstanding projects which exemplify the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation

3 STC Program in Iowa applications 425 applications 382 part 1s approved 382 part 1s approved 290 part 2s approved 290 part 2s approved 157 part 3s approved 157 part 3s approved $859,273,336 qualified rehab costs invested in Iowa’s historic properties $859,273,336 qualified rehab costs invested in Iowa’s historic properties $125,594,978 state tax credits issued $125,594,978 state tax credits issued

4 Secretary of the Interior’s Standards Jack C. Porter Preservation Consultant Bureau of Historic Preservation

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6 ONLINE EDUCATION: TPS has helped home owners, preservation professionals, organizations, and government agencies by publishing printed pamphlets and books - easy-to-read guidance on preserving, rehabilitating and restoring historic buildings. These web features build on that tradition.

7 Context? Context? Material? Material? Historic fabric? Historic fabric? Design issues? Design issues? Treatment? Treatment? Life Costs? Life Costs? Backbone State Park, c What to Do? When to Do It? How to Do It?

8 Before you begin rehabilitation, the historic building and its site should be documented, evaluated, assessed, and the work carefully planned. This will provide a history of the property, its occupants, and its uses over time, but perhaps more important, it will help guide your decisions about what must be repaired and preserved during rehabilitation, and what may be altered, if necessary, for the ongoing or new use.

9 the history and evolution of the building by researching written and graphic documents found in libraries, archives, and historical society collections, as well as National Register of Historic Places listings. Then examine the building itself, taking photographs of the interior, exterior, and the site before you begin any work. Researching a building's history. NPS Photo. DOCUMENT original materials, features, finishes, and spaces as well as changes that have occurred with different occupancies and uses. The changes may or may not be an integral part of the historic character so they need to be considered very carefully prior to work. EVALUATE Dating materials and features. NPS Photo.

10 Completing architectural drawings. NPS Photo. the physical condition of historic materials, features, finishes, and construction systems to determine those that are sound, those that require repair, and those that may need to be replaced. a rehabilitation project to decide how historic materials, features, and finishes should be protected during construction, as well as to establish a logical sequence for the work. Examining existing conditions. NPS Photo. PLAN ASSESS

11 “4 TREATMENTS” Preserve Preserve Restore Restore Reconstruct Reconstruct Rehabilitate Rehabilitate , Burlington Free Public Library

12 Judith A. McClure Award Residential Property

13 Henry Lischer House, Davenport Before After 2011

14 John & Susanne Sterneman House (Edgecliffe), Muscatine Before 2010

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16 Albert B. Cummins House, Des Moines Albert B. Cummins House, Des Moines Michele and Robert McCammon Michele and Robert McCammon C C Project completed in 2006 Project completed in 2006 $226,569 $226,569 An outstanding example of preservation efforts to save a historic home by a private citizen. An outstanding example of preservation efforts to save a historic home by a private citizen.

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20 Adrian D. Anderson Award Small Commercial Property

21 City National Bank and Glass Block Building, Mason City Before After 2011

22 Seth Richards Commercial Block, Des Moines Before 2010

23 Seth Richards Commercial Block, Des Moines After

24 R. A. Buck Building, State Center R. A. Buck Building, State Center MSZH Development, LLC MSZH Development, LLC Jason M. Kirke, owner Jason M. Kirke, owner 1895, original building as a department store 1895, original building as a department store Project completed 2008 Project completed 2008 $98,000 $98,000 Interior was detailed to respect original historic fabric and exterior masonry treatment. Project respected historic features when used as a clothing store. Interior was detailed to respect original historic fabric and exterior masonry treatment. Project respected historic features when used as a clothing store.

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30 Margaret Keyes Award Large Commercial Property

31 Baker-DeVotie-Hollingsworth Block, Des Moines Before After 2011

32 Fowler Company Building, Waterloo Before 2010

33 Fowler Company Building, Waterloo After

34 Antlers Hotel, Spirit Lake Antlers Hotel, Spirit Lake Community Housing Initiatives (CHI) Community Housing Initiatives (CHI) Project completed 2006 Project completed 2006 $3,571,147 for 23,724 SF $3,571,147 for 23,724 SF Exterior was detailed to respect original historic fabric and exterior masonry treatment Exterior was detailed to respect original historic fabric and exterior masonry treatment

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39 William J. Wagner Award

40 Julien Motor Inn, Dubuque Before After 2011

41 J.T. Carey House, Denison Before 2010

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43 German Bank, Dubuque German Bank, Dubuque German Bank Building, LLLP German Bank Building, LLLP John Gronen, General Partner John Gronen, General Partner Project completed in December 2007 Project completed in December 2007 $1,582,043 $1,582,043 An outstanding example of preservation efforts to rehabilitate a fire damaged building. An outstanding example of preservation efforts to rehabilitate a fire damaged building.

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56 Web sites preservation/index preservation/index preservation/index preservation/index preservation/tax-incentives-for- rehabilitation/index preservation/tax-incentives-for- rehabilitation/index preservation/tax-incentives-for- rehabilitation/index preservation/tax-incentives-for- rehabilitation/index ndex ndex ndex ndex S S S S

57 Jack C. Porter Preservation Consultant State Historic Preservation Office 600 East Locust Des Moines, Iowa (515)


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