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French Block — Montpelier, Vermont

Nolan Sheehan Patten worked with Housing Vermont in connection with the acquisition and construction of 18 apartments on the second and third floors of an historic 3-story, masonry building built in 1875 located on Main Street in the center of downtown Montpelier, known as “The French Block.” While the first floor is occupied by commercial businesses, the residences on the upper two floors have been vacant for 75 years. The French Block is the longest commercial block in downtown Montpelier. The project utilizes the federal low-income housing tax credit, the federal historic rehabilitation credit, and Vermont Downtown Village credits. Of the 18 units renovated, 14 units will be preserved as affordable housing.

French Block — Montpelier, Vermont

Practice Area: Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits, Low-Income Housing Tax Credits