Many buildings in the National Register Commercial Historic District in downtown Frankfort have been rehabilitated using the Federal Historic Tax Credit, representing millions in private investment in housing, office, commercial and hotel space.
Many buildings in the National Register Commercial Historic District in downtown Frankfort have been rehabilitated using the Federal Historic Tax Credit, representing millions in private investment in housing, office, commercial and hotel space. Photo provided
Many buildings in the National Register Commercial Historic District in downtown Frankfort have been rehabilitated using the Federal Historic Tax Credit, representing millions in private investment in housing, office, commercial and hotel space. Photo provided

Preservation tax credit saves more than buildings — it benefits the treasury, enhances communities and puts people to work

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