A popular and powerful tool for qualifying historic buildings, this process is nonetheless often beset by misunderstanding and needless apprehension. We have completed numerous successful tax credit applications over the past 20 years and can guide projects through this process from the earliest design decisions through the preparation of the Part 3 documentation of a completed project.
Our services focus on the architectural components of the application for a building to qualify for the tax credits. We are happy to work with client’s legal and accounting professionals to provide information to be used in their consultation, or even to assist clients in identifying experienced professionals in these fields. Norman Alston Architects does not provide legal or accounting consulting services and clients should seek these services to fully understand the applicability and availability of historic tax credits to their particular situation.
Tax credit projects include:
South Side on Lamar/Sears Catalog Distribution Center, Dallas
Sams Historic Lofts, Waco (application preparation by Ron Emrich)
US Post Office and Courthouse Building, Dallas
1401 S. Lamar/Historic Sears Retail Store
Old Dallas High School (Project abandoned by client)
Gulf Cone Building, Dallas
Lakewood Theater, Dallas
NYLO Hotel South Side/Dallas Coffin Company
Petroleum Building, Houston
Settles Hotel, Big Spring, Texas
Old Federal Reserve Building, Downtown Dallas (Tax Credits abandoned by Client)
B&D Mills Market Center, Grapevine, Texas