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Packard-Designed Mansion Threatened

Marble Cliff Village Council is considering a proposal for a 67-unit apartment building that would replace the Tudor-style mansion designed by renowned architect Frank Packard in 1907 and located at 2015 W. Fifth Ave.  Proposed Concept The F2 Companies, Elford Development and Sullivan Bruck Architects presented a concept plan at the January 29 Marble Cliff […]

Time To Nominate 2018 Endangered Buildings

Nominate a building or site to Columbus Landmarks’ 2018 Most Endangered List … your nomination could trigger revitalization!      The Most Endangered Buildings List creates public awareness of our city’s architectural heritage threatened by deterioration, vacancy, or impending development. We seek nominations of historic buildings and sites that contribute not only to the history […]

Federal Historic Tax Credit Survives

The 20 percent federal historic tax credit (HTC) has survived the most significant rewrite of the tax code in more than 30 years. Congress has confirmed once again that incentivizing the rehabilitation of our historic buildings makes good economic sense.  Thank you to everyone who lobbied for legislative support of historic preservation. The final bill keeps […]