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2021 - 2022 University Catalog 
    
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HP 573 - Preservation Economics


Prerequisites: None
Delivery: Lec/Lab

This course examines the diverse intersections of preservation activities and economics at scales ranging from building to region. Major issues addressed include valuing the economic impacts of the preserved past, financial aspects of preserving and rehabilitating historic buildings, public and private financing strategies, place-based revitalization, heritage tourism, and issues of shrinking cities, gentrification, and displacement. The course engages with these issues through research, applied course work, guest lecturers, and site visits. Minimum Passing Grade: B-

3 credits
Spring



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