‘Superman’ building will test city’s new tax stabilization policies

Reforms to the policies governing tax deals that Providence offers to real estate developers will be put to the test on the city's most iconic skyscraper. A tax stabilization agreement with the city is one piece of the public and private funding puzzle proposed for the $220 million “Superman” building redevelopment. Already, naysayers have voiced…

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