Buildings across the United States are in trouble. As we grow and expand, it has been common practice to tear down the old and build anew. The preservation of older, historic places is vital in creating communities looking toward the future. Well-aged buildings offer cities a unique sense of identity, history, and authenticity that would otherwise be lost. The National Trust for Historic Preservation wants to make preservation and ReUrbanism the default option when looking at older buildings and historic places.

National Trust for Historic Preservation

Aubrey Burgess