5 landmarks reinvented as hotels via tax credits
5 landmarks reinvented as hotels via tax credits
09 DECEMBER 2016 9:24 AM

Here’s a look at five adaptive-reuse hotels that have opened—or are in the works—in 2016 that are funded by historic tax credits. 

REPORT FROM THE U.S.—Hotels throughout the United States are being developed through adaptive reuse with aid from historic tax credits at the federal and state level.

Here’s a roundup of five adaptive-reuse hotels that have opened, broken ground or are currently being constructed in 2016. Each project has received some kind of historic tax credit funding, and some of the properties included in the roundup are registered as national historic landmarks. 

*Correction, 13 December 2016: A previous version of the story had outdated information for total project cost and room count.

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