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Development
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Amid the ongoing effort to make downtown Providence a more attractive place to live and work, there's one aspect of day-to-day life that doesn't get talked about a lot: pets. But if developers and city advocates are correct in estimating … more
THE reality of oceanfront living in Rhode Island is a mixture of rain, wind, ice, snow and storm surge, depending on the season. This, and the fact that so many properties are now impacted by potential flooding, has created a subset of … more
When my organization failed to save a historic house during my first year running a historic-preservation nonprofit in Georgia, it had quite an impact on me. I realized at that moment that we would have to work more closely with others if we were to … more
The Providence City Council on Thursday is expected to consider a tax agreement to encourage the redevelopment of the former U.S. Rubber Co. storage building, which was purchased by WaterFire Providence and is being renovated into a venue for its headquarters and as an arts and education center. more
The renovation of a pair of buildings at the corner of Weybosset and Mathewson streets has entered a final stage, according to the developer, which is marketing the available commercial spaces for leasing. more
Ventas Inc., the real estate partner for Wexford Science & Technology LLC, has announced its purchase of the South Street Landing property and surrounding sites for $151 million, according to a news release. more
East Providence is emerging as a hot spot for medical-office buildings, according to real estate professionals, for reasons centered on location, cost and ease of development. Proximity to major hospital centers in Providence and easy … more
The Providence Public Library wants to update the facade of its 1954 Empire Street addition by mounting a series of LED-mesh screens on two sides of the structure. more
Water and electric power plants don’t mix well naturally, unless you add some wind. more
South Providence, and specifically Broad Street, will be the focus of a public discussion hosted by the city Department of Planning and Development. more
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