Epsilon Submits 77 Historic Tax Credit Applications for Clients Across Massachusetts

January 26th, 2024

Epsilon Associates, Inc. (Epsilon) Principal and Historic Preservation Group leader Doug Kelleher notes that during the January 2024 Massachusetts Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit round, Epsilon submitted 77 applications for projects across the Commonwealth. From historic hotels in downtown Boston, to seasonal properties on Nantucket, historic mill complexes in Gateway Cities, and affordable housing developments in the Berkshires, the projects collectively represent over $1 Billion in investments in historic properties.

Epsilon is honored to be playing a role in advancing these important projects across Massachusetts, many of which are transforming downtowns, creating affordable housing, and generating hundreds of new jobs.

For more information about state and federal historic tax credits and related services, email Doug (dkelleher@epsilonassociates.com)
or contact Epsilon’s team of Historic Preservation professionals at (978) 897-7100.

About The Experts:

Douglas Kelleher, Principal and Manager, Historic Preservation Group is a leader in the field of historic preservation planning with over 30 years of experience in the public and private sectors. He served as Principal for this project. Mr. Kelleher’s prior experience includes numerous years as a Preservation Planner with the Massachusetts Historical Commission. He specializes in providing public and private sector clients with strategic consulting for complex real estate projects involving historic resources for compliance with local, state, and federal historic preservation regulations. Widely recognized as a leader in the preservation community, his well-established expertise is a cornerstone of Epsilon’s historic resources and historic tax credit practice.



Brian Lever is an Associate at Epsilon and has over 20 years of experience in architectural history and preservation planning. He has experience in implementing Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, and related local, state, and federal environmental laws, regulations, and guidelines affecting historic resources. Additionally, Mr. Lever has expertise in state and federal historic rehabilitation tax credits and formerly was the Senior Preservation Planner for the City of Newton.



To learn more about Historic Tax Credits, read our article in the subject by Epsilon firm Associate Brian Lever in High Profile Magazine.

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