Possible tools and incentives discussed at District Summit
Tax credits and a separate Music Row Code were key topics at the Music Row Cultural Industry District Summit on October 6, where preservationists, planners, and Music Row stakeholders shared their thoughts on possible directions for Music Row’s future. The slides below outline those and other topics.
The Summit was hosted by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Music Row Neighborhood Association, Metro Planning Department, and Metro Historical Commission, with additional support from the Arts and Business Council. Presenters included Carolyn Brackett and Tom Mayes of the National Trust for Historic Preservation; Doug Sloan and Stephanie McCullough of the Metro Planning Department; and Music Row Neighborhood Association chair Eddie Robba.
Summary of recommendations
"How the arts and culture sector catalyzes economic vitality" - a report from the American Planning Assn.
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