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We are reposting an article from the April 6thBoston Sunday Globe Magazine in which HBI is noted.  The story follows on recent news of efforts in Congress to revise the federal tax code and proposals to eliminate tax incentives, including the federal rehabilitation tax credit. ...

HBI surpassed its $1 million campaign goal and completed the Trilogy Fund for Historic Boston, the organization?s first capital campaign for the rehabilitation of three historic buildings in three Boston neighborhoods.  Chaired by developer and philanthropist Ronald M. Druker and former Mayor Thomas Menino, the...

If you look at the ?before construction? photo of the Alvah Kittredge House below, you?ll notice a prominent chimney at the right, but no matching chimney on the left.But in fact, in keeping with the symmetry of Greek Revival architecture, there were originally four chimneys...

At its March meeting, HBI voted two new additions to its board of directors.  Felicia Jacques, Roxbury resident and Vice President of Development at Maloney Properties, and David Hacin, South End resident and principal of David Hacin and Associates, are HBI?s two newest board members. ...

Preservationists and Rep. Blumenauer Urge Chairman Camp to Keep Historic Tax Credit in Reformed Tax CodePosted February 26, 2014House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp (R-Mich.) released a discussion draft today of his vision for comprehensive tax reform, and it eliminates the federal historic tax credit. The...