Websites Related to Arapahoe Acres Historic Preservation
Secretary of the Interior Standards for Historic Preservation: guidelines homeowners must follow to qualify for historic preservation tax credits or grants.
State Historical Fund: provide grant to
Historic Denver and Molly Brown House: group that assisted in securing Arapahoe Acre's grant from the State Historical Fund. They own the Molly Brown House in Denver. mollybrown.org
Another Post-War Modernist Subdivision on the Web Eichler Homes: Probably our closet neighbor on the web from a group of modernist, post-war residential subdivisions in California. Introduces some sites about the cult of modern furniture and design. eichlernetwork.com
City of Englewood: Englewood just initiated a historic landmark
US Historic Preservation
National Park Service's Heritage Preservation Services nps.gov/history/preservation.htm
Preserving Recent Past II Conference, Oct. 00: Arapahoe Acres resident Diane Wray presented Arapahoe Acres at conference in Philadelphia.
National Trust for Historic Preservatio: "Mountain/Plains" regional office located in downtown Denver. www.nthp.org
Cornell University Historic Preservation: educational programs for architecture and historic preservation. preservenet.cornell.edu
Society for Commercial Archaeolog: interested in Modern architecture, mostly roadside stuff. sca-roadside.org/
Preserve and Protect: New York State based website emphasing historic and environmental preservation. preserve.org
Historic Preservation Economic Incentives
Federal Historic Preservation Tax Incentives: incentives are available only to those who rent their properties in Arapahoe Acres to tenants. nps.gov/history/hps/tps/tax/incentives
State Preservation Tax Incentives:
International Historic Preservation
Other Historic Preservation Ref.