What is Section 106?
Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act requires federal agencies to to take into account their actions on “historic properties” which can include historic districts, sites, buildings, objects and structures. It also includes historic properties that may meet the criteria for the National Register of Historic Places.
Is my property eligible for the National Register?
To be eligible your property must be at least fifty years old, be historically significant and meet a set of specific criteria. Owen & Eastlake provides consultation services for National Register evaluations and nominations.
Who are Owen & Eastlake?
Owen & Eastlake is named for the nineteenth-century architects and designers Owen Jones and Charles Lock Eastlake.