New documents detail city, developer responsibilities in Tidewater soccer stadium project

THE DEVELOPER of the Tidewater Landing soccer stadium project in Pawtucket has applied for a 20-year Tax Stabilization Agreement that, if approved, would shave off about $1.85 million annually from its city property tax bill for 20 years. /COURTESY FORTUITOUS PARTNERS
PAWTUCKET - New documents between the city and the developer of the proposed Tidewater Landing project paint a clear picture of when and how the first part of the development will be built - and who’s on the hook if things go awry. The three documents  - a tax stabilization agreement, a master development agreement…

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