Developer behind $400M project in Pawtucket recruiting private investors

MIXED-USE: Pictured in the rendering are an indoor sports center, a 200-room hotel and a conference center at the site of the former Apex building in Pawtucket as part of a $400 million mixed-use development by Fortuitous Partners. The project includes a 7,500-seat soccer stadium, which can be seen at the top right. / COURTESY NEW HARBOR GROUP
THE DUE DILIGENCE period on the Tidewater Landing project, a $400 million mixed-use proposal slated for Pawtucket's riverfront, has been extended./ COURTESY NEW HARBOR GROUP
Brett Johnson is quickly becoming a household name in Pawtucket, thanks to his development company’s plans for a $400 million mixed-use project anchored by a soccer stadium along the Seekonk River. But the Brown University graduate still has some sizable hurdles to clear in his bid to make Tidewater Landing a reality, starting with lining…

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