Since 2011, this program has created over 28,000 jobs and contributed more than $5 billion to Minnesota’s economy.
Minnesota's Historic Structure Rehabilitation Tax Credit (MN Statute 290.0681), passed into law in 2010, has been a successful economic development tool for revitalizing distressed, vacant, and underutilized historic properties throughout the state.
Since that time, the program has:
In 2021, we successfully extended the tax credit for a one-year term. This is not enough.
To secure the economic benefits that Minnesota needs to ensure the future success of our state, we have to extend the tax credit much, much longer. This is why we have a coalition to raise awareness and engage and educate our legislators on the advantages of this tax credit for businesses, workers, and cities and towns across the state.
Join the coalition or donate today to help Minnesota create jobs & rebuild communities!
Thank you to everyone who attended our virtual panel - Small Business and the Historic Tax Credit!
You can find a recording of the discussion below.
Watch this space for future events!
See how the Historic Tax Credit is a revitalizing economic tool for Minnesota!
See the community assets preserved in Greater MN!
See how a small town brought a historic asset back to life!
Panel discussion with policymakers about the 2022 legislative landscape and the path to renewing the Historic Tax Credit
Panel discussion with experts across the state about the benefits and impacts of the Historic Tax Credit on small business and local economies
Join the RevitalizeMN Coalition and help ensure the State Historic Tax Credit continues to drive economic activity and community vitality across Minnesota.
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