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Brown University and Commonwealth Ventures LLC are receiving rave reviews for their bid to redevelop Providence’s empty South Street Power Station. more
Fred Presley, West Warwick’s interim town manager and economic-development coordinator, has seen firsthand how tax credits for preservation of historic properties can be a boon to a community. more
The Interstate 195 Commission has entered a new phase. Twenty months after the volunteer board was created by lawmakers to develop 17 parcels in downtown Providence, it hired its first permanent paid employee in May in Executive Director Jan Brodie. more
When this ole’ world seems too full of concrete and traffic, some Rhode Island businesses are taking to the roof for green space ambiance for lunch, for insulation to help cut energy costs in half and for growing vegetables for a downtown restaurant that spotlights locally sourced culinary creations. more
Few investments have seemed as risky in recent years as the construction of speculative office space in Rhode Island. Since the recession, only a handful of small office projects have been completed without a tenant already lined up. more
Describe Providence real estate veteran Kenneth R. Dulgarian’s new East Side apartment building how you’d like – just don’t call it “contemporary.” more
The Mortgage Conciliation Act signed into law by Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee this month requires banks and lenders to make a good-faith attempt to negotiate with homeowners before foreclosing on homes. more
It’s a crucial question for many first-time and moderate-income buyers in rebounding markets across the country: Where do we find the lowest down payment, lowest monthly cost loans? The answers are changing. more
Amidst all the task forces, business groups and event planners making sincere efforts to kick-start Rhode Island’s sluggish economy and brighten the state’s public image, there’s one ongoing, dramatic event in Providence that’s a visible success on a monumental scale – WaterFire. more
Call it the estate-devouring, nightmare home loan you hope to never encounter: A reverse mortgage with a base interest rate of 9.95 percent, plus a 50 percent share for the lender of increases in value of the house following closing, plus another 2 percent “maturity fee” to sweeten the payout even more. On top of that, there’s a $33,000 mandatory purchase of an annuity by the homeowner that is added to the principal balance and incurs compounding interest while lessening the lender’s future payments to the homeowner. more
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