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Latest News | Columbus Landmarks - Part 2


Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit Awards For 3 Sites

The Ohio Development Services Agency recently awarded $7 million in Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits toward the rehabilitation of three vacant buildings in Columbus. Two of the sites have been featured on our Most Endangered List – the Broadwin and White-Haines/Madison’s. The third building in Columbus is the Market Mohawk Center at 250 E. Town


Big Thanks for Big Give

Our donors took action & made history with the biggest Big Give ever! We are inspired by your generosity, providing $14,230 in new donations dedicated to saving our city’s African American landmarks. Cheers to YOU and to The Columbus Foundation & their Bonus Pool Partners!


Black Lives Matter.

Columbus Landmarks stands in solidarity with our city and the world in the fight to end racism and injustice for once and for all. We are committed to taking action in our community by identifying, documenting and saving African American history and places. The goal is to create equity and understanding today, and a legacy


Columbus Landmarks Awarded Two Grants

We are thrilled to announce receipt of a $20,000 grant from the 1772 Foundation of Providence, RI to fund a feasibility study for our new Historic Properties Redevelopment Fund, also known as a revolving fund. A revolving fund is used to purchase, stabilize and/or rehabilitate, and then resell historic properties to preservation-minded buyers, subject to easements or protective covenants. Columbus Landmarks’ Historic Properties Redevelopment


Historic Tax Credits Announced for 5 Columbus Buildings

The Ohio Development Services Agency awarded $4,389,821 in Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits for the rehabilitation of five historic buildings in Columbus. Together, the projects are expected to leverage approximately $50 million in private investments.  “Preserving the historic charm of Ohio communities enhances the quality of life in our downtowns and neighborhoods,” said Lydia Mihalik,