R.I. Housing breaks ground on historic Providence mill redevelopment

THE REDEVELOPMENT OF 60 KING St., The former home of the Imperial Knife Company, broke ground today. / COURTESY TRINITY FINANCIAL LLC
THE REDEVELOPMENT OF 60 KING St., The former home of the Imperial Knife Company, broke ground today. / COURTESY TRINITY FINANCIAL LLC
PROVIDENCE - One more of Providence’s historic mills will be getting a face-lift this year, thanks to an ongoing revitalization effort called the “Build Olneyville Plan,” a program focused on improving the Olneyville neighborhood and the nearby Manton Heights public housing development. R.I. Housing, Gov. Gina M. Raimondo, Mayor Jorge O. Elorza and a group of…

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