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Rhode Island’s long freefall in residential construction has finally come to an end. more
A decade ago, supporters of burying the India Point power lines in Providence would have balked at waiting until the end of 2014 for a detailed cost estimate of the multimillion dollar project. more
Even before the relocation of Interstate 195 opened up 19 acres of land for development in downtown Providence, the city’s core already featured numerous underutilized properties waiting for the right building project. more
WANTED: Developers with a few million dollars burning a hole in their pockets willing to invest in waterfront property in a cool Northeastern city. more
Why does former data-processing company owner Mike Valentine want to build a 35,000-square-foot retail complex with a new public library in rural Foster? more
The Arcade Providence’s first microloft tenants moved in on New Year’s Eve, almost two years after owner Evan Granoff announced his $7 million plan to renovate the historic building known as one of the country’s first indoor shopping malls. more
The Link is ready for the market. The Interstate-195 Redevelopment District Commission on Monday signed off on a prospectus for potential developers of Providence’s former highway land, now branded The Link, clearing the way for the properties to be marketed. more
Three architectural projects in Rhode Island have won top recognition in the 2013 Design Awards presented by the state chapter of the national American Institute of Architects. more
The nonprofit Libraries of Foster would get a new home under a developer’s plan to build the town’s first-ever shopping complex. The project, called Simmons Crossing, would include a new library, restaurant, grocery, small post office and other shops near the Route 6 and Route 94 intersection. Above is librarian Kristine Chin, left, and developer Ann Valentine, in front of one of the town’s two library sites, on Howard Hill Road. The town must still raise money to help build the library, estimated to cost $3 million. more
Restoring 225 acres of abandoned U.S. Navy property spanning three communities turned out to be too large and complicated for a single redevelopment project. more
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