Conservation Easements

 

Conservation easements on historic properties are a valuable tool in preserving the history and significant architecture of our communities.  By providing an important economic incentive, historic properties are protected in perpetuity, often including  both the building and surrounding landscape.  In the past fifteen years, Sandvick Architects has designed and implemented nearly 60 historic conservation easements, generating a total of over $50 million in economic return. Notable projects include the following:

 

Mercantile Block | Hamilton, OH | 2007

 

The Hat Factory | Cleveland, OH | 2007

 

The Powerhouse | Cleveland, OH | 2010

 

Tapp's Building | Columbia, SC | 2011

 

620-630 Broad Street | Columbus, OH  | 2011

 

Connelly School | Pittsburgh, PA | 2013

 

Long & Front St. Buildings | Columbus, OH | 2015

 

Keller-Kohn Building | Cleveland, OH | 2015