Preserving The Past In A Historically Black Savannah Neighborhood

Sep 25, 2017

Cuyler-Brownville is one of Savannah’s oldest African-American neighborhoods, having earned its official historic status two decades ago. But since then, over 100 historic properties have been demolished, including at least eight neighborhood homes dating back to the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Does historic designation actually drive demolitions? We’re joined by President and CEO of the Historic Savannah Foundation, Daniel Carey, as well as Amy Bragg, President of Preservation Detroit.