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Preservation Incentives

Landmarks Commission Report

September 1, 2018

by Ruthann Lehrer and Carol Lemlein, Advocacy Co-Chairs The Conservancy gratefully thanks the two retiring Landmarks Commissioners — Margaret Bach and Laura O’Neill. Bach, the Commission’s historian, initiated the brief presentation of interesting aspects of Santa Monica history at each … more

North of Montana Association (NOMA), in partnership with the Santa Monica Conservancy, filed an application for landmark designation of 435 Georgina, a 1913 Craftsman home that was vacant and for sale. This house had long been noted in the city’s … more

Landmarks Commission Report

December 1, 2017

by Amy Green, Commissioner Landmarks Commission meetings are held the second Monday of the month. Because of work being done on City Hall, they are currently displaced from the Council Chambers. Please check the City’s Boards and Commissions website for … more

At the October 25th City Council meeting, Santa Monica’s most important preservation incentive was granted to the owners of two designated city landmarks, 504 Pier Avenue and 305 Alta Avenue, and six contributing structures within the San Vicente Boulevard Courtyard Apartments Historic District. more

Five New Mills Act Contracts Approved Santa Monica’s most important preservation incentive was granted to five landmark property owners at the October 28 meeting of the City Council.  This action brings the City’s total number of Mills Act contracts to … more