Neighborhood Revitalization Tax Credits

9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
January 1, 1970

The Neighborhood Revitalization Tax Credit Program (NRTC) was created in 2002 to encourage the flow of corporate investment dollars into low and moderate-income neighborhoods. The program provides a 100% State tax credit to businesses that invest in the community development efforts of participating 501(c) (3) organizations that engage in community-based neighborhood planning, develop and carryout neighborhood plans, implement neighborhood revitalization activities, attract private investments and foster ongoing partnerships between private corporations and community groups. Attendees will hear from leaders in community development who have been successful creating affordable housing and revitalizing neighborhoods using the NRTC.

  • Bradley Harrington, NJPP, AICP: Supervisor, Neighborhood Revitalization Tax Credit Program, NJ Department of Community Affairs
  • Paige L. Carlson-Heim: Community Development Group Manager, Mid-Atlantic Region, TD Bank
  • Pilar Hogan Closkey, PE, NJPP, AICP: Executive Director, Saint Joseph’s Carpenter Society
  • Patrick Morrissy: Executive Director, HANDS, Inc.
  • Paul L. McEvily: Associate Executive Director & Board Member, Interfaith Neighbors, Inc.

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