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Having an adopted and coordinated Urban Redevelopment Plan (URP) allows individual investors to invest with confidence. Building by building, private investors are eradicating slum and blight conditions, capitalizing upon singular opportunities, and using a variety of tools and financial incentives to make a collectively brighter future.
 
Koger-Pugh House387 W. Jefferson Street_ArchiveIn Fall 2012, Gary and Laura Jones began renovation of her maternal grandmother's (Mina Pugh) home, owned by the Pugh family for 45 years.  [Built 1891 by William B. Koger]   McLeroy House399 W. Jefferson Street_Archive In Spring 2012, Sandy Sanford began restoration after the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation thwarted demolition by a prior owner.  [Built 1889-90 by Joseph M. McLeroy] 
SORRY NOT FOR SALE   NOW LEASED - 7/1/2014
     
Few & Stovall House413 W. Jefferson Street_Before 1
In 2011, Sandy Sanford purchased this property for restoration at the same time that he acquired a subdivision for creative redevelopment - The Anchorage neighborhood.
  John T. Turnell House439 W. Jefferson Street_Before 1
In Spring 2013, the Downtown Development Authority purchased this property to facilitate its restoration and the development of the adjoining property.
  
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> Opportunity Zone: Job Tax Credits
> Preservation Tax Incentives & Assistance
  SOLD!  A GEORGIA TRUST REVOLVING FUND PROPERTY