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for North Carolina Preservation Vol. Issue 116, Summer 2000
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Since 1998, North Carolina has offered a 20 percent tax credit to individuals and companies that rehabilitate income producing historic structures. The state is one of seventeen states that offer this incentive. The program has also produced an increase in the number of nominations to the National Register of Historic Places. Among neighborhoods benefiting from this incentive are Glenwood South, Raleigh, and Delworth, Charlotte.
Although the sixteen universities of the North Carolina system have long been viewed as crown jewels, the historic buildings and structures that are part of these campuses often are in poor condition. Preservation North Carolina has launched a project to encourage the renaissance of the sixteen North Carolina public university campuses.