Could downtown Providence’s Mathewson St. see a renaissance?

SEEKING TENANTS: Daniel Feiner, left, and Michael Volpe are vice presidents at MG Commercial Real Estate Services Inc. and brokers for the vacant storefronts at 183-185 Mathewson St. in Providence, pictured, which are ready for tenants. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
SEEKING TENANTS: Daniel Feiner, left, and Michael Volpe are vice presidents at MG Commercial Real Estate Services Inc. and brokers for the vacant storefronts at 183-185 Mathewson St. in Providence, pictured, which are ready for tenants. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
For decades, most businesses have struggled to survive on Mathewson Street in downtown Providence. Among the few long-term, successful businesses such as Hotel Providence, Cellar Stories Book Store and Blake’s Tavern, there are numerous empty storefronts, including a stretch of more than six between Washington and Weybosset streets. Some of these spaces are nearly ready…

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