Preservation in the News - July 11, 2012
Preservation in the News - Today's Stories
Developer looking at options for Cooper-Molera property in downtown Monterey
KEVIN HOWE 07/11/12
Outlet: San Jose Mercury News - Online
Tom Mayes, deputy general counsel for the National Trust, said there are no specific proposals before his board. "We are in the process of thinking about the reinvention and reimagining of Cooper-Molera," he said. "We are looking at the entire site,...
City panel recommends up to $25 million to rehab historic Rosenwald Apartments
Outlet: Chicago Tribune - Online
In 2003, the National Trust for Historic Preservation named it one of America's 11 most endangered places. City panel recommends up to $25 million to rehab historic Rosenwald Apartments Proposal, which still needs council approval, advances in...
Study: Reconstruction offers greatest potential
Outlet: R&D Magazine - Online
A study by the Preservation Green Lab unit of the National Trust for Historic Preservation indicates that it can take at least a decade and up to 80 years for a new, energy-efficient building go overcome the negative climate-change impacts created th...