ARCH 440 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: John S. And James L. Knight Foundation, Placemaking, Easement

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Published on 25 Nov 2017
Department
Course
Professor
Preservation at the Grassroots
Monday, November 20, 2017
6:37 PM
Indiana Landmarks
o revitalizes communities, reconnects us with our heritage, and saves meaningful
places
o Very large endowment
o Inspired by losses: English Opera House at Monument Circle
o Organization to stop destruction
o 9 regional offices around the state
o Programs:
Efroysmon Endangered places grants
Grants to hire consultants to see if the project is doable
Grants to pay company to create plans
Efroysmon Endangered Places Loan
Loan up to $70,000 dollars with little interest
Acquisition
Buy the property for a time
10 Most Endangered List
Ex: Muncie T.G. Wilkinson House
10 most endangered landmarks
Partners in Preservation Program
Commission Assistance Program
Helps communities staff their historic preservation positions
Preservation Easement/Covenant Program
Legal language written into the deed of a property that protects a
historic exterior from change for all time
Easement is donated to Indiana Landmarks from owner, covenant is
placed on a company while Indiana landmarks owns it
Only way to guarantee protection of the building
Anatomy of a Save PCC
St. Louis Depot
Quilters Hall of Fame
Feasibility Study Grant
Put numbers towards a project
Renderings to see the project
PIP Grant
Richmond Neighborhood Restoration, Inc. Community Development
o Community engagement
Placemaking, Place-Based Economic Development & Historic Preservation
o Community Attachment
What connects us to place? What are the emotional bonds?
Knight Foundation Study (2010)
Places physical beauty
Opportunities for socializing
Community's openness to all people
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