NATIONAL REGISTER NOMINATIONS
The National Register of Historic Places (NR) is the nation’s highest distinction in recognizing significant historic buildings, structures, objects and sites. Designed to be a honorary designation, the nomination has no design restrictions. Instead, it provides property owners access to financial incentives (such as tax credits and grants) and that promote preservation efforts. Such nominations offer direction to planners targeting economic development incentives or guiding new development. Nominations are open to individual buildings, groups of buildings, landmarks and districts. Calhoun Preservation has experience in the nomination process of individual properties, historic districts, and group building submissions. This program offers a higher understanding of architectural stock and cultural heritage.