I-195 commission frees 1.7 acres for development

BIRD'S I VIEW: An aerial shot of the land poised for redevelopment in the wake of the I-195 relocation. About 1.7 acres once set for green space will now be available for development. / PHOTO COURTESY DOT
BIRD'S I VIEW: An aerial shot of the land poised for redevelopment in the wake of the I-195 relocation. About 1.7 acres once set for green space will now be available for development. / PHOTO COURTESY DOT
In order to get the maximum use out of the 40 acres that make up the footprint of the former Interstate 195 land in downtown Providence, about 1.7 acres once dedicated as green space will now be made available for development. The change was approved after a three-month review by the I-195 Redevelopment District Commission…

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