Revised design for Thayer Street building to come before Providence City Plan Commission

On Wednesday, the City Plan Commission is expected to review a revised design for a four-story building that would comply with the existing zoning for 249 Thayer St., Providence. / COURTESY ZDS ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
On Wednesday, the City Plan Commission is expected to review a revised design for a four-story building that would comply with the existing zoning for 249 Thayer St., Providence. / COURTESY ZDS ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
PROVIDENCE – The developer of a building that will become the home of the Jonathan M. Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship at Brown University will return to the city on Wednesday with a revised design, following a court decision that vacated the city’s original approval. Construction of the new building at 249 Thayer St. began after…

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