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(Editor’s note: This is the second of a three-part series exploring the progress of East Providence’s 10-year effort to redevelop its waterfront and what it might mean for a similar effort underway in Providence.) more
Providence will try again this year to drag its zoning code into the 21st century. more
Basing your business’ market share in dollars per square foot seems an odd metric, unless you sell carpeting. But for East Providence-based Peregrine Property Management, that per-square-foot statistic describes how far the business has come, and where it is today. more
Evan Staples has only been a project engineer at New England Construction in East Providence for about a year, but training in the field has shown him the critical role technology plays in the industry. more
If it’s an old, vacant, deteriorating building with a certain appeal of style or structure, it’s likely to catch the eye of artist, designer and now-developer Kyla Coburn. more
More than 20 years after the Fred Lippitt Woonasquatucket River Greenway project in Providence was launched, the river and its surroundings can still look a little unloved. more
They’re the most closely watched high-voltage lines in Rhode Island. more
CRANSTON – Hospitality-development company The Procaccianti Group last week announced that industry veteran Paul Sacco has joined the company as chief development officer to grow its hospitality-management affiliate, TPG Hospitality. more
The owners of the Foundry complex in Providence have purchased the neighboring American Locomotive Works property off Valley Street, they announced Thursday. more
Members of the Capital Center Commission are appealing to lawmakers and the city for help enforcing land-use rules its members say have been flouted by Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee’s administration in parking lot projects at the Statehouse. more
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