Preservation Loan/Grant Programs

Preservation Fund of Pennsylvania
Since its creation in 1982, the Preservation Fund of Pennsylvania has been used to acquire and resell threatened historic properties to buyers who are willing to restore and maintain them, and to make low interest loans directly to organizations and government agencies for the restoration or rehabilitation of specific historic properties.



Because of the revolving fund nature of the program, there are times when funding is limited or not available. Please check with Preservation Pennsylvania staff about the availability of funds before applying.

Contact our offices at:

Preservation Pennsylvania
257 North Street
Harrisburg, PA 17101
Phone: (717) 234-2310
Fax: (717) 234-2522
Email:
info@preservationpa.org





 
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