Plans approved for 176-unit affordable housing building in Providence

THE CITY PLAN COMMISSION voted 5-0 on April 19 to approve a preliminary plan submitted by the nonprofit homeless service provider Crossroads Rhode Island for a five-story, 176-unit affordable housing apartment building at 94 Summer St. / COURTESY KITE ARCHITECTS/PLAN B DESIGN
GOV. DAN MCKEE and RIHousing announced an $80 million investment in affordable housing that will include the first part of a two-phase development with 176 units in a new building, shown above in a rendering, on Summer Street in Providence./COURTESY KITE ARCHITECTS/PLAN B DESIGN
PROVIDENCE – Plans for a five-story, 176-unit affordable housing apartment building on a vacant site in Upper South Providence were unanimously approved by the City Plan Commission, despite concerns from neighborhood residents about littering, loitering and illegal activities. The City Plan Commission voted 5-0 on April 19 to approve the preliminary plan submitted by the…

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