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It’s been only a few weeks since the Arcade reopened in downtown Providence and already shopkeepers in the newly renovated 1828 landmark are developing a camaraderie unusual among mall tenants. more
Nicolas Bauta co-founded the Steel Yard in Providence with Clay Rockefeller. The redeveloped steel-fabrication facility, which serves as a campus for arts education, workforce training, and small-scale manufacturing, recently nabbed a silver Ruby Bruner Award for Urban Excellence and is the venture for which Bauta is best known. more
Developer Churchill & Banks wants to be a pioneer of Providence’s Interstate 195 land frontier. more
The Industrial Trust Tower, Rhode Island’s tallest and perhaps most infamous building, headed a Gizmodo list of the top five “zombie towers” in mid-sized U.S. cities. more
Michael Integlia & Co. President Michael Integlia Jr. on Nov. 6 announces plans to find an “adaptive reuse” for the 138-year-old Elizabeth Mill in Warwick that will likely include offices, apartments, stores and hotel rooms. The three-story, 100,000-square-foot mill is located across the street from the Interlink train station and connection to T.F. Green Airport. Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian, seated, left, says demolition of a building connector and aesthetic improvements to vacant parcels at the site will be followed next spring by $1.1 million in streetscape upgrades. more
A Massachusetts developer wants to build two medical office buildings on the site of what is now the Urban League of Rhode Island headquarters in Upper South Providence. more
Shane Brady describes himself and Chris Starr as “mill guys.” more
Michael Integlia & Co. Wednesday announced plans to preserve the Elizabeth Mill while redeveloping it and the rest of the former Leviton property on Jefferson Blvd. more
The votes against allowing casinos in two Massachusetts towns reveal clear winners and losers as they shed light on the continuing expansion of gambling in the Bay State, according to the Boston Business Journal. more
Ari Heckman, principal in Providence’s newest hotel, The Dean, finds the label “boutique hotel,” too limiting for the lodgings being fashioned by his group out of the old Sportsman’s Inn strip club on Fountain Street. more
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