Brown University receives $87.2M in state bonds for new Brook Street dorm, other facilities

THREE CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS at Brown University recently received a total of $87.2 million in financing from the Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corp., including the new Brook Street Residence Hall under construction at 250 and 259 Brook St. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY
PROVIDENCE – Brown University said it’s completing three construction projects, including a new 125,000-square-foot dormitory on Brook Street, with the help of $87.2 million in state bonds recently provided by the Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corp. A total of $100.7 million is being generated for Brown University construction and renovation projects after the…

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  1. So the state subsidies a private university (that has a $7 billion endowment) , to help fill Providence with real estate that doesn’t pay taxes.
    While URI gets neglected and it’s facilities are falling apart.