Following the design and construction of Linode’s new Philadelphia headquarters, Ballinger successfully assisted Linode in the approval of Federal Historic Preservation Tax credits for the rehabilitation of the Corn Exchange National Bank on the corner of 3rd and Arch Streets. Ballinger completed Parts I through III of the application, working with the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PMHC) and the Philadelphia Historical Commission. The tax credit allows Linode to apply 20% of the renovation cost, including construction and soft costs, to their tax liability. Ballinger’s careful insertion of a contemporary tech headquarters within a neoclassical building complies with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation.