E.P. reaches affordable housing goal with opening of rehabilitated Sutton Place

A DESIGN RENDERING of the two-building Sutton Place apartment development in East Providence, which was renovated by ONE Neighborhood Builders. / COURTESY ED WOJCIK ARCHITECT LTD.
EAST PROVIDENCE – The city became the seventh municipality in Rhode Island to reach the state's 10% community goal for affordable housing with the opening of a 36-unit complex on Monday. ONE Neighborhood Builders hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the newly rehabilitated Sutton Place apartment complex of affordable housing. “When communities invest in affordable housing,…

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