Browse our resources to learn about new and innovative architecture trends and how we approach our work at Marks Thomas. Here, you can watch and listen to webinar replays and find information about areas like adaptive use, historic renovation, social sustainability, and innovative urban planning. For more, read our case studies, and visit our blog, Viewpoints.
Webinar – Designing the Future of Senior Housing: The Market, Emerging Trends and New Models
Today’s seniors’ expectations are having a dramatic impact on existing models for senior living communities. How can tomorrow’s senior living facility accommodate the needs and desires of the new generation? Learn more from Marks Thomas’ Mark Heckman and Faith Nevins.
Webinar – Solving Today’s Adaptive Use Challenges
Adaptive use and historic preservation projects often come with unique challenges that can make them complex and time-consuming to pull off. In this first segment of our Adaptive Use Webinar Series, Tom Liebel, a principal at Marks Thomas, shares insights on overcoming common hurdles.
Webinar – Adaptive Use: Today’s Legal Challenges
In part two of our Adaptive Use Webinar Series, David Raderman, an attorney at Gallagher Evelius & Jones, discusses two popular government-based financing options — the Federal New Markets Tax Credit and Federal Historic Tax Credits — and shares strategies on how to apply for and earn them.
Webinar – Adaptive Use: Today’s Financial Challenges
Part three of our Adaptive Use Webinar Series explores the financial and accounting logistics needed in adaptive use projects. Here, Joel Cohn, a partner at CohnReznick, walks you through what costs qualify for the Federal Historic Tax Credit; common deal terms for the monetization of tax credits; cash flow considerations; state income tax credits; and more.
Webinar – Adaptive Use: Today’s Construction Challenges
How can developers overcome the common construction hurdles associated with adaptive use and historical renovation projects? In the final segment of our Adaptive Use Webinar Series, John Diehl and Willy Moore, vice presidents of Southway Builders, share lessons learned and strategies to anticipate and budget for possible scenarios and conditions.
Checklist – Top 10 Things to Do on Every Historic Tax Credit Project
From talking to your local building code officials to budgeting adequate construction contingency funds, these 10 steps can help you cover the bases of your historic tax credit project — and avoid common pitfalls and delays.
Checklist – Top 10 Things to Do on Every Sustainable Design Project
Adaptive use and LEED projects are notoriously complex, but that doesn’t mean they’re impossible to pull off. Use this “Top 10” list to make the process smooth and successful.