Isaac Kremer/ January 14, 2018/ / 0 comments

In the United States, the term often refers to late-19th- and early-20th-century English Revival architecture that used “black-and-whitehalf-timbering. Based vaguely on late medieval, rambling English cottages, it is often used interchangeably with Tudor. Photo from New Franklin, Ohio, 2021. (Foster, 2004)

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A nationally recognized downtown revitalization leader, downtowns Isaac managed achieved $350 million of investment, 1,300 jobs created, and were 2X Great American Main Street Award Semifinalist and a 1X GAMSA winner in 2023. His work has been featured in Newsday, NJBIZ, ROI-NJ, TapInto, and USA Today. Isaac is a Main Street America Revitalization Professional (MSARP) with additional certifications from the National Parks Service, Project for Public Spaces, and the National Development Council.

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