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Building Economics

Richard C. Lee U.S. Courthouse, New Haven, Connecticut

The Economics of Preserving Historic Federal Buildings: Reports on a GSA study comparing operating costs at GSA's historic buildings with operating costs at buildings constructed less than 50 years ago.  The study showed that many historic buildings are more efficient and profitable than newer buildings. Article by Constance Ramirez, Donald R. Horn, and Bradley Wolf, of GSA, published in the National Trust for Historic Preservation "Forum Journal", Vol. 6, No. 1, Sept/Oct 1999.

Economic Impact of Federal Facilities on Central Business Districts: Study prepared by the National Main Street Center and National Trust for Historic Preservation in cooperation with GSA's Urban Development Program.


Historic Buildings Program

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