Former theater site could become multifamily housing, marijuana facility

THE FORMER SHOWCASE CINEMAS in Seekonk could be redeveloped and split into two parcels, with the undeveloped back portion proposed for condominiums, according to a plan filed with the town, and the original building and a portion of the parking lot converted to a marijuana processing facility. / COURTESY TOWN OF SEEKONK
THE FORMER SHOWCASE CINEMAS in Seekonk could be redeveloped and split into two parcels, with the undeveloped back portion proposed for condominiums, according to a plan filed with the town, and the original building and a portion of the parking lot converted to a marijuana processing facility. / COURTESY TOWN OF SEEKONK
SEEKONK – The former Showcase Cinemas in Seekonk could be redeveloped after years of vacancy. The 22-acre site, now owned by Providence developer H. Charles Tapalian, may be split into two parcels. The undeveloped back portion of the property, totaling some 15 acres, is proposed for 102 condominiums, according to a plan filed with the…

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