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The prospective owners of Newport Grand say the 39-year-old slot parlor may not look like much from the outside, but it has good bones. more
The Blackstone Valley Visitor Center in Pawtucket has a historical timeline of the valley on the wall, a 90-seat theater showing a film about the region and a large, walkable floor map. more
For the second consecutive year, Rhode Island and Providence will throw competing highway and mass-transit expansion plans into the race for federal transportation funding. more
Recently there has been much discussion about the various means of public support for private historic rehabilitation and other construction projects. There has been criticism, some of it justified, of specific instances of the use of government tools – such as tax-stabilization acts – for promotion of economic activity. While this type of review is always healthy, there is a distinct danger that the larger picture will be missed. more
Even if you’ve never heard of A4 Architecture Inc. of Newport, you may be familiar with some of founder Ross Sinclair Cann’s work. more
Nearly a year ago High Rock Development proposed a mixed, commercial/residential redevelopment of 111 Westminster Street in Providence, using up to $75 million in public support. The latter ranged from state and federal historic rehabilitation tax credits to city property tax breaks and $39 million in direct state subsidies. more
BARRINGTON – St. Andrew’s School has refinanced more than $16 million in bonds with RBS Citizens Financial Group, allowing the school to pursue construction projects while improving cash flow. more
Demand for the 48 micro-lofts at the Arcade Providence has only increased since the first tenants arrived in December 2013. Corey Towner, above, lives in one of the second-floor units. Towner was on the original waiting list of approximately 2,000, and feels lucky to be there. The waiting list has doubled, though new units, which rarely come available, are not leased on a strict first-come, first-served basis. The lofts range in size from 225 square feet to 850 square feet. more
Five years ago, Rhode Island used what for the state was, at the time, still a relatively novel approach to renovating the terminal at T.F. Green Airport in Warwick and building the new Interlink intermodal station next door. more
It’s known in Newport as the “road to nowhere.” more
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