Crossroads R.I. hopes Warwick renovation project is blueprint to create more housing via adaptive reuse

BLUEPRINTS SHOW PLANS to renovate the former Rhode Island Family Shelter building in Warwick into permanent apartments for low- and moderate-income families. Crossroads Rhode Island, along with state and local elected officials, held Wednesday a formal groundbreaking commencing the renovation project. / COURTESY CROSSROADS RHODE ISLAND
BLUEPRINTS SHOW PLANS to renovate the former Rhode Island Family Shelter building in Warwick into permanent apartments for low- and moderate-income families. Crossroads Rhode Island, along with state and local elected officials, held a formal groundbreaking Wednesday commencing the renovation project. / COURTESY CROSSROADS RHODE ISLAND
WARWICK – On Wednesday, representatives and residents from Crossroads Rhode Island, as well as state and local elected officials, broke walls down at the former Rhode Island Family Shelter to help transform the facility into affordable apartments to provide permanent housing for low- and moderate-income families. While the project itself is small in scale, Crossroads’…

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