Pawtucket soccer project leaders express optimism, but give few details on progress

R.I. COMMERCE SECRETARY Stefan Pryor, left, Fortuitous Partners principal Brett Johnson, second from left, and Pawtucket Mayor Donald Grebien discuss the $400 million soccer stadium project at a Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce event in Providence on Thursday morning. / PBN FILE PHOTO/NANCY LAVIN
R.I. COMMERCE SECRETARY Stefan Pryor, left, Fortuitous Partners principal Brett Johnson, second from left, and Pawtucket Mayor Donald Grebien discuss the $400 million soccer stadium project at a Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce event in Providence on Thursday morning. / PBN FILE PHOTO/NANCY LAVIN
PROVIDENCE – Leaders involved in the $400 million soccer stadium development proposed for Pawtucket painted a rosy picture of progress at a Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce event Thursday morning, but they offered few details on what they have achieved since announcing the project in December. Brett Johnson, principal of project developer Fortuitous Partners,…

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