A Guide to Office-to-Residential Conversion Incentives Across the U.S.

By Nick Pipitone
A rendering of the new residence entrance for 135 S. LaSalle St. in Chicago, an adaptive re-use that will feature 430 market-rate and affordable apartments. (Image: Riverside Investment & Development)

Every city wants to turn empty offices into much-needed housing. But the ugly truth is that without financial assistance, most office-to-residential conversion projects don't pencil out. Because of this, we investigated incentive programs introduced in sixteen jurisdictions across the U.S., ranging from Chicago to Boston, Washington, D.C., and San Francisco, as many cities and states […]

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By Nick Pipitone Propmodo Staff Writer
Nick is an accomplished writer and content producer who has contributed extensively to Propmodo with numerous articles focusing on built environment topics.