Revised design for Hope Point tower presented to city committee

The new design for the Hope Point tower. Courtesy City of Providence
THE NEW DESIGN for the Hope Point tower, at right, in comparison with the Wexford Science & Technology building, at left. / COURTESY CITY OF PROVIDENCE
PROVIDENCE — A slightly revised design for the Hope Point tower was presented conceptually to the Downtown Design Review Committee Monday, a panel that has advisory authority over its architecture and site plan. The project, now called Hope Point, would place 448 residential units in a 46-story tower at Dyer Street downtown, overlooking the Providence…

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  1. I am so excited this tower ever. I wonder is Hope Point Tower is same 530 foot height? and also is this tower rendering same white wavy tower correct? So I don’t want to change revised white wavy tower because I really WANT better this white wavy tower! I can’t wait to see!