Magic City Marketplace: The Future of the Historic Tax Credit

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Some of downtown Birmingham’s redevelopment projects have been helped along by Alabama’s historic tax credit. But that credit is capped and will sunset next year. So developers and political leaders are debating what to do with this popular incentive. We hear more from Cindy Fisher Crawford in this week’s Magic City Marketplace. Photo by 401(K) 2013

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