A preservation master plan is a detailed document for the rehabilitation of an entire property that reflects a preservation approach. Various levels of importance are assigned to different features based on public visibility and historic architectural significance. The plan serves as a tool for the master architect responsible for a project and is used in conjunction with an overall master plan.
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