Niche Development Property

Spring 2020

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Remodeling a Historic Home

Demolition

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Kitchen Selections

Second-Floor Selections

Basement Selections

Remodeling a Historic Home

Demolition

About The Neighborhood

1401 Princeton Avenue is nestled in the heart of Yalecrest: close to parks, schools, public library, urban forests, Harmon’s Emigration Market, Eggs in the City and other local shopping and dining. Top-rated public and private schools nearby with quick access to freeway, downtown and University of Utah. Click here for more information and a tour of the neighborhood.

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Tips for Restoring a Historic Home

Federal and state tax credits are available for up to 40% of construction costs if you follow the Secretary of Interior’s standards for historic rehabilitation. If you are willing to rent your property for 5 years after construction, this allows you to claim all 40% of the tax credit.

While the entire Yalecrest area is eligible for historic preservation tax credits, only three blocks are dictated as local landmarks and required to follow state and federal restoration guidelines. Do your research to find out if you are in these areas.

Don’t let energy efficiency disway you from keeping your original leaded windows. Windows can be restored to keep energy efficiency standard.

Choose an architect and designer that have historic preservation experience. Not everything is worth preserving; they’ll help you choose what is worth keeping.

 

Recommendations from Keri Fowles Williams, Harvard Avenue Restoration Home Tour

 

KARLY NIELSEN

Don’t be fooled by Karly Nielsen’s easy demeanor and kind charm—she is one of the fiercest and grittiest people you will ever meet. Whether it’s running the PTA, tackling community issues such as bullying, negotiating a hard-fought contract or managing her family of six, she is a woman who can get things done. Nothing falls through the cracks with Karly, and she has a superhuman ability to inspire people to do (and succeed at) things they otherwise wouldn’t attempt. Karly and her family have lived all over the United States and together have mastered the art of moving and connecting with people from all walks of life. She currently resides in the Yalecrest neighborhood and can’t say enough good things about her community. She has a degree in Business Management from BYU, and is a licensed realtor and broker in the state of Utah. When she’s not buying or selling homes, or volunteering, she’s with family and friends hiking, dirt biking, camping and climbing in the nearby Wasatch Mountains.

KARLY NIELSEN

Don’t be fooled by Karly Nielsen’s easy demeanor and kind charm—she is one of the fiercest and grittiest people you will ever meet. Whether it’s running the PTA, tackling community issues such as bullying, negotiating a hard-fought contract or managing her family of six, she is a woman who can get things done. Nothing falls through the cracks with Karly, and she has a superhuman ability to inspire people to do (and succeed at) things they otherwise wouldn’t attempt. Karly and her family have lived all over the United States and together have mastered the art of moving and connecting with people from all walks of life. She currently resides in the Yalecrest neighborhood and can’t say enough good things about her community. She has a degree in Business Management from BYU, and is a licensed realtor and broker in the state of Utah. When she’s not buying or selling homes, or volunteering, she’s with family and friends hiking, dirt biking, camping and climbing in the nearby Wasatch Mountains.

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