Providence commission approves redevelopment of closed Army Navy Surplus

TWO COUSINS LLC RECEIVED APPROVAL from the Providence City Plan Commission for plans to demolish the former Army Navy Surplus store and two other buildings at 279 Thayer St., to build a four-story, mixed-use apartment building in its place. / COURTESY PROVIDENCE CITY PLAN COMMISSION
TWO COUSINS LLC RECEIVED APPROVAL from the Providence City Plan Commission for plans to demolish the former Army Navy Surplus store and two other buildings at 279 Thayer St., to build a four-story, mixed-use apartment building in its place. / COURTESY PROVIDENCE CITY PLAN COMMISSION
PROVIDENCE – Plans to tear down three structures, including the former Army Navy Surplus store, which was in business for 40 years at 279 Thayer St., and to replace them with a new mixed-use apartment building were approved on Tuesday by the Providence City Plan Commission in a 5-0 vote. Michael Boutros and his company…

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