Springfield Downtown Historic District more than just for show
18 Mar 2022
A building or district doesn’t need to be officially recognized as historic to prove its value to the community.
But recognition from the National Register of Historic Places does have its perks, says Kevin Rose, director of revitalization for The Turner Foundation.
“It’s really about saying, ‘This is a landmark. This is important,’” he says.
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