The Cleveland Restoration Society uses the powerful tool of historic preservation to revitalize our diverse communities, strengthen the regional economy, and enhance the quality of life in northeastern Ohio.
On June 24th, the Ohio Development Services Agency awarded $37.7 million in Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits to rehabilitate 35 historic buildings in 13 communities across the state. To view the Round 12 recipients, click here.
Mayfield Heights has become the 43rd city to join the Heritage Home Program. "We are delighted to have Mayfield Heights join the program," said Kathleen Crowther, president of CRS. To learn more about the Heritage Home Program, visit www.heritagehomeprogram.org.
The Lucas County Land Bank has entered into an agreement with Cleveland Restoration Society to license the Heritage Home Program. Lucas County Land Bank is truly a visionary pioneer since it recognizes that rehabilitation of older houses is a viable alternative to demolition.