The AHPC promotes preservation in Alexandria by facilitating preservation activities such as historic preservation tax credit seminars, open house walking tours, and preservation education events, which are always free and open to the public. The AHPC is a valuable resource to historic property owners who seek design guidance for their historic structure. We believe that the preservation of our built environment enhances historic neighborhoods and fosters community spirit, improves and stabilizes property values, encourages tourism, and benefits the economy.
This blog provides an educational resource for the related topics of architectural styles, cultural landscapes, and urban design approaches.
3200 Jackson Street, Alexandria, LA 71301, email@example.com
Hunt & Gather Home is available to assist property owners through the entire rehabilitation process from restoration to design. This process may include: condition assessments, researching an historic property, identifying original materials and architectural features, and applying for historic preservation tax credits. Megan specializes in balancing ways to maintain original character while making historic properties suitable for modern living or business.
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This site is dedicated to the buying and selling, preservation, restoration, and enjoyment of old houses and other historic buildings.
2022 Albert Street, Alexandria, LA 71301, 1-888-427-8411
We are committed preservationists with over thirty-five years of experience in the field. We respect older structures as repositories of craftsmanship and style and the spirit of those who went before us. We believe that the preservation of our built environment keeps what made our local cultures unique and protects them from blending into the ever more standard sameness of today's streetscape.