Fane tower zoning change gets initial approval from Providence City Council

THE PROVIDENCE City Council on Thursday pushed forward a zoning change that would allow a New York developer to construct the city’s tallest building.Above, a rendering of the Hope Point Tower. / COURTESY FANE ORGANIZATION
THE PROVIDENCE City Council on Thursday pushed forward a zoning change that would allow a New York developer to construct the city’s tallest building.Above, a rendering of the Hope Point Tower. / COURTESY FANE ORGANIZATION
PROVIDENCE — With a divided vote, the Providence City Council on Thursday pushed forward a zoning change that would allow a New York developer to construct the city’s tallest building. The 46-story residential tower proposed by The Fane Organization needs a zoning change to authorize a height of up to 600 feet. The actual design…

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