Preservation North Carolina, founded in 1939, promotes and protects the buildings and landscapes of our state’s diverse heritage. Through its award-winning Endangered Properties Program, Preservation NC acquires endangered historic properties and then finds purchasers willing and able to rehabilitate them. It has saved more than 700 endangered historic properties, generating an estimated $350 million in private investment. Many of the saved properties have truly been community landmarks. Buyers have put these properties into a multitude of new uses, adding millions of dollars to local tax rolls and creating numerous jobs. Several of the larger properties have been adapted into affordable housing. More than 4,000 acres of open space have been placed under PNC’s protective covenants, perpetually restricting their development. PNC’s Endangered Properties Program is widely regarded as the nation’s most successful program of its kind. Click here to learn more about the Mission and History of Preservation NC.
The organization also cares for historic stewardship properties in the state.
There are four Regional Offices throughout the state, each representing a different geographic region. Click here to find the Regional Office in your area.
We rely on the support of members and friends to protect endangered properties throughout the state. Click here to learn how you can help.