Historic Pro Nola is a historic preservation and tax credit consulting firm that provides solutions to historic real estate development in the greater New Orleans area.
Founded in 2014, Historic Pro Nola helps clients navigate the regulatory and financial components of historic real estate development and historic tax credits through documentation, design, and development.
HPN's professionals assist clients in securing the maximum financial advantage offered by State and Federal Rehabilitation Tax Credit programs for a total of 40% in qualified rehabilitation costs.
We serve as liaisons between the client and the regulatory bodies during the entire project, facilitating and acting as project managers for the overall success of a rehabilitation project.
It is our mission to provide results in the preservation
and rehabilitation of New Orleans’ historic
architecture for the future. --
Nathan Marx was raised in Birmingham, AL. He graduated from Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, FL with a degree in history/business. He has held an array of posts within the field of historic and cultural resource management, including the National Park Service, local and state museums, city municipalities, and non-profits in Florida, Massachusetts, Texas, and Louisiana.
In 2015 Mr. Marx graduated from Tulane University's School of Architecture with a Master's degree in historic preservation. He meets the federal standards for historians and architectural historians as outlined by the National Park Service (48 FR 44716 and 36 CFR 61 Professional Qualification Standards), a standard required for many federal and state-funded grant projects.
When not working on restoring historic structures, Nathan enjoys biking around New Orleans, traveling to new locations to explore the architecture, and enjoys participating in the amazing food scene that New Orleans has to offer.
Jason Riggs was born in Washington D.C. and raised in Arlington, VA. He attended Tulane University and graduated from the A.B. Freeman School of Business with a degree in Finance.
During this period he obtained his Real Estate Salesperson’s License and worked alongside a high-end, top-producing residential agent in New Orleans.
In 2014, Mr. Riggs established Historic Pro NOLA, a New Orleans-based historic rehabilitation and real estate development firm. Mr. Riggs specializes in historic homes, investment properties with or without tax credit benefits, first-time homebuyers, and REO/bank owned/foreclosure properties.
Jason resides in the Irish Channel neighborhood of New Orleans with his wife, Susan, an elementary school teacher and Algiers native. He is an avid swimmer and enjoys live music, staying abreast of the ever-changing culinary scene, and traveling to places near and far.