Hope Point tower design gets a negative review by Providence design committee

THE HOPE POINT tower would feature 40 floors of residential apartments and condos atop a 6-story parking base. / COURTESY THE FANE ORGANIZATION
THE HOPE POINT tower would feature 40 floors of residential apartments and condos atop a 6-story parking base. / COURTESY THE FANE ORGANIZATION
PROVIDENCE — The design of the proposed Hope Point tower failed to persuade the city’s Downtown Design Review Committee Monday that the 46-story tower will comply with city development guidelines. In a series of 4-0 votes, the committee members recommended the I-195 Redevelopment District Commission reject the developer’s request for a design that would require…

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  1. It’s an investment vehicle for many purchasers who will probably never set foot in Providence – stupidest statement ever and not based on anything but opinion. The revenue generated will be good for schools, streets and the general public.