Tuesday, April 13, 2010

$$$ Roanoke grant money, rebate money, tax credits for the taking $$$



ROANOKE, VA - Wondering what kind of help is available to reduce
costs and enhance the value of your commercial property or business
located in the city? The City of Roanoke will hold a free workshop on
Financing Commercial Real Estate Improvements on Thursday, April 22,
from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Roanoke Higher Education Center, Room
408.

There are a number of local incentive programs and grants that can
assist commercial property owners. Workshop topics will include:
enterprise zone/rehabilitation/citywide tax abatement; fa├žade
improvement grants; building permit rebates; water/fire/sewer hookup
rebates; brownfield grants and loans; real property investment
grants; Virginia and federal rehabilitation tax credits; security
grants; job creation grants; and entrepreneurship grants. These
programs are available through the city's offices for Real Estate
Valuation, Planning, and Economic Development. In addition, local
architecture and planning firm Hill Studio will sponsor the workshop
and present information on state and federal historic rehabilitation
tax credits.

Light refreshments will be served, and time will be available at the
end of the workshop for individuals to meet with city representatives
and ask additional questions. Space is limited! To register, contact
Lindsay Hurt in the Economic Development Department at 540-853-5405,
or Erica Taylor in the Planning, Building and Development Department
at 540-853-1522, as soon as possible.

2 comments:

Daniel Rich on April 14, 2010 at 8:33 AM said...

Awsome. . . I'll have to make sure to attend! Good job getting the information out there!

Dallas ® on April 14, 2010 at 9:30 AM said...

Yep, no more messing around with the piddly stuff. I'm ready to play ball in the major leagues and want some fellow investors to go in on it with me in a highly educated manor which will drastically reduce risk. I can think of only one person who is fully taking advantage of this stuff in town.

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