This April 4, 2011, Telegraph file photo shows the old Dannenburg building at 476 Third Street before it was redeveloped into commercial and loft apartments. Historic Macon Foundation and NewTown Macon officials say a 2017 tax reform bill could end the historic tax credit program that was instrumental in rehab projects like the Dannenburg Lofts.
This April 4, 2011, Telegraph file photo shows the old Dannenburg building at 476 Third Street before it was redeveloped into commercial and loft apartments. Historic Macon Foundation and NewTown Macon officials say a 2017 tax reform bill could end the historic tax credit program that was instrumental in rehab projects like the Dannenburg Lofts. Beau Cabell bcabell@macon.com
This April 4, 2011, Telegraph file photo shows the old Dannenburg building at 476 Third Street before it was redeveloped into commercial and loft apartments. Historic Macon Foundation and NewTown Macon officials say a 2017 tax reform bill could end the historic tax credit program that was instrumental in rehab projects like the Dannenburg Lofts. Beau Cabell bcabell@macon.com
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