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A largely vacant, five-story office building in downtown Providence could be converted beginning this summer to 44 micro-loft apartments with ground-level retail, under a proposal advanced by property owner Case Mead Assoc. LLC. more
In his first ever state-of-the-city address, second-year Mayor Jorge O. Elorza on Tuesday talked broadly about his first-year accomplishments and mapped out his future goals in a city he says is poised for economic growth but also facing financial challenges. more
Providence Business News received first-place honors for Best Mobile Application design and best Transportation Reporting story in the New England Newspaper & Press Association’s 2016 Better Newspaper Competition. more
(Updated 1:53 p.m.) The R.I. Hospitality Association hosted the 13th annual Economic Outlook breakfast on Thursday at the R.I. Convention Center, reporting “moderate growth” in the hospitality industry nationally and positive growth in the Rhode Island market. more
Returning for its 11th year, Newport Restaurant Week will take place from Nov. 4-13, and feature the culinary creations of more than 50 Newport and Bristol County-based restaurants, cafes and bistros. more
(Updated 8:32 a.m.) The R.I. Public Transit Authority has initiated a market study to consider options for expanding service to Quonset Business Park, one of the largest employment centers in the state without direct service. more
A contemporary, oceanfront cottage in the Watch Hill area sold recently for $3,525,000, according to Randall, Realtors, which represented the buyers. more
(Updated 12:05 and 3:29 p.m.) Citizens Bank on Wednesday broke ground at the development site for its new corporate campus slated to open in 2018. more
Can this diner be saved? The same questions that buyers of old houses consider will be applied to a deteriorated but classic 1930s diner, the Silver Top Diner, which will be sold “as is” at public auction in early October more
Rhode Island’s capital city is the fifth-highest in the nation for income inequality, behind Boston, New Orleans, Atlanta and Cincinnati, according to a report from The Brookings Institution. more
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