Garden City adapts to demographics

NEW LIFE: The interior of a unit in the planned 125 Midway building in Cranston. The building is part of a project transforming the former Cranston-Johnston Regional Catholic School in the Garden City section of Cranston. / COURTESY TIM NELSON 3D
NEW LIFE: The interior of a unit in the planned 125 Midway building in Cranston. The building is part of a project transforming the former Cranston-Johnston Regional Catholic School in the Garden City section of Cranston. / COURTESY TIM NELSON 3D
Garden City in Cranston may be a sign of the future once again. When the shopping center and adjacent neighborhood were built on a former coal mine in 1948, they were an archetypal post-war suburban development, turning inexpensive land and the growing highway system into an expanse of single-family homes and malls. Over the next…

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