About Tampa Preservation, Inc.

Tampa Preservation, Inc. (TPI) is a private, non-profit organization, established in 1973. TPI is dedicated to the preservation of the historic structures and neighborhoods of the Tampa Bay area and Hillsborough County, and to the education of the area's school children and residents about their unique heritage.

Office Location:
2007 N. 18th Street
Tampa, FL 33605
(813) 248-5437

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 18061
Tampa, FL 33679

Email:
tpioffice@tampapreservation.com

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Thinking of Replacing Your Wood Windows?

If you live in a historic home, preservationists urge you to think about restoration and repair before razing. Here are some issues to consider:

• More heat is lost through the roof and insulated walls than windows.

• Windows need routine maintenance, including resealing and caulking, to be energy efficient.

• Storm windows installed on . . . → Read More: Thinking of Replacing Your Wood Windows?

National Trust for Historic Preservation 2010 Conference

The National Trust for Historic Preservation will hold its annual conference in Austin, TX. For info go to http://www.preservationnation.org/resources/training/npc/. The conference will be also offered for Virtual Attendees through live video, Twitter and blog posts.

Join hundreds of grassroots volunteers, skilled professionals, and preservation experts exploring preservation today — in urban and rural settings across . . . → Read More: National Trust for Historic Preservation 2010 Conference

Historic Preservation Quote – Richard Moe

“When you strip away the rhetoric, preservation is simply having the good sense to hold on to things that are well designed, that link us with our past in a meaningful way, and that have plenty of good use left in them.” – Richard Moe, National Trust for Historic Preservation

. . . → Read More: Historic Preservation Quote – Richard Moe

Who is Creating Jobs in Florida?

A recent post on the National Trust for Historic Preservation website is entitled “Who is Creating Jobs in America?” Directed at the proposed elimination of the Save America’s Treasures Grant fund, the article provides a state by state breakdown of how the fund compares in job creation to the stimulus plan. Of great interest are . . . → Read More: Who is Creating Jobs in Florida?