Historic Preservation

Historic Preservation

Overview

Heritage Conservancy is a leading advocate for the preservation of our architectural heritage and the diverse historic and cultural structures that comprise this legacy. Our professional staff provides a variety of services to municipalities and owners of historic buildings to ensure that the most significant aspects of our heritage are preserved.

Methods

  • Historic research and certification
  • Property histories
  • Façade easements
  • Pre-restoration consultations and on-site architectural evaluations
  • Municipal historic preservation plans
  • Assistance to historical and architectural review boards
  • National Historic Register nominations

Do you have a historical property that you’d like to protect? We can help!

Services for Landowners

Historic Preservation
How do you ensure that the most significant aspects of your property’s rich history are preserved for generations to come? We can help you discover the stories your property can tell through historic resource inventories and structure evaluation.

Register of Historic Places
Does your historic structure qualify for our Register of Historic Places? We’ve listed over 600 structures on our Register of Historic Places.

Services for Municipalities

Adaptive Re-Use and Feasibility Studies
We partner with clients and colleagues to evaluate buildings and structures in older communities, particularly historic sites, to determine the feasibility of re-use and rehabilitation.

Historic Preservation
How do you ensure that the most significant aspects of your neighborhood’s rich history are preserved for generations to come? We can help you discover the stories your community can tell through historic resource inventories and structure evaluation.

For more information about Historic Preservation services provided by Heritage Conservancy, please contact Mary Lou McFarland, Senior Preservation Specialist, at mlmcfarland@heritageconservancy.org or Jeffrey Marshall, Senior Advisor, at jmarshall@heritageconservancy.org.