The Economics of Authenticity: How US Cities Have Reversed Decline Through Historic Preservation Programs

  • 16 Apr 2014
  • 17 Apr 2014
  • The Historic New Orleans Collection 410 Chartres Street, New Orleans, Louisiana
Save the Date!

Tulane University School of Architecture's Preservation Matters III in partnership with Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans celebrating its 40th anniversary present:

The Economics of Authenticity:
How US Cities Have Reversed Decline through
Historic Preservation Programs


Wednesday, April 16: Evening keynote and reception
Thursday, April 17: Day-long Symposium

Internationally heralded speakers unite to discuss dynamic economic development through historic preservation and paths forward: Charles Birnbaum, Mayor Thomas Menino, Donovan Rypkema, David Throsby, Anthony Tung, Arthur Ziegler

Download the press release here.

Registration information available soon:
architecture.tulane.edu/preservationmatters


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