ChangeMakers is a podcast hosted by Katie Goar, President of Quadel, which provides program management, consulting and training solutions to the affordable housing industry. Elizabeth was invited to be a guest for a two-part discussion


A collaboration between Rosin Preservation, Accidentally Wes Anderson, and 30 explorer-photographers. July - October 2022 You can view the full gallery online or stop by for an in-person viewing. We'll have our doors open on these dates:September

Diving into the 1950 Census data

The National Archives released the 1950 US Federal Census records on April 1, 2022. Researchers, including us preservationists, excitedly anticipated this release and have been happily playing with the available databases from the National Archives

Rosin preservation logo with the title Missouri HTC Updates, April 2021

Missouri Historic Tax Credit Updates

The Missouri Dept. of Economic Development has been holding stakeholder workgroups to discuss improvements to the HTC application. Elizabeth has produced a webinar after participating in these workshops and shares her insight on some of

Historic Properties and Navigating Adopted Building Codes

Rachel Consolloy Nugent of Rosin Preservation and Paul Stark of Stark Wilson Duncan Architects presented a Virtual Nooniversity to AIA - Kansas City. The discussion examined how to mesh preservation requirements with contemporary building and fire

Stacking Incentives
in Kankakee, Illinois

We are excited to share this guest commentary from David Baron, Marketing Committee Chair for the Kankakee Development Corporation. With a historic urban core only blocks from prime riverfront land, Downtown Kankakee, Illinois is poised for

The Flashcube
This not your traditional historic building

Executive Plaza Office Building (The Flashcube) A historic tax credit rehabilitation is transforming a 1970s office building into residential apartments in downtown Kansas City. This not your traditional historic building. As such, it offers some unique

HTC Update
California Historic Tax Credit

California now has a state historic tax Credit SB 451 authorizes a California state historic tax credit beginning January 1, 2021 with a sunset date of January 1, 2026. The annual program cap will be $50