Hundreds of Greenwood Buildings to be Added to National Register of Historic Places
Approximately 300 buildings in the neighborhoods north of downtown Greenwood soon will be part of the National Register of Historic Places.
According to The Daily Journal, one state board already has approved the nomination of the buildings to be added to the national list, and a second state board will consider it later this month.
The addition of the buildings to the list comes after Greenwood received two grants last year to fund a study of the neighborhoods north of downtown to get these properties on a national list that would allow owners to receive tax credits when making repairs, the article said.
Final federal approval is expected sometime in July.
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This local update courtesy of your Greenwood Community Expert.