Please join State Delegate Brooke Lierman and economist Donovan Rypkema of Place Economics along with Preservation Maryland Executive Director Nicholas Redding, architect Nakita Reed, and preservation developer John Renner for a discussion on the critical role older homes and historic communities can play in the post COVID-19 economy.
Delegate Lierman will speak with Donovan Rypkema, a principal of Place Economics, a Washington, D.C.-based real estate and economic development-consulting firm, who will dive into the recently released report, Reinvesting in Older Housing – a Critical Component of Post COVID-19 Resiliency, which outlines the significant value of these structures and policy measures which can be taken now to incentivize this type of revitalization over the coming years. Nicholas Redding, Nakita Reed, and John Renner will speak about the preservation and community revitalization advocacy efforts of Preservation Maryland and the on-the-ground experience of the proven value of this work in Maryland – and the policy changes that are needed to expand the scale and impact.
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