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PARCEL 35 in Providence's I-195 Redevelopment District is a potential site of the R.I. Public Transit Authority's future mixed-used bus hub. / SCREENSHOT FROM I-195 REDEVELOPMENT DISTRICT WEBSITE

RIPTA identifies Parcel 35 as possible location for bus hub in...

It’s official: A 2.15-acre lot in Providence’s I-195 Redevelopment District is among the contenders for the R.I. Public Transit Authority's new bus depot to...
RHODE ISLAND OFFICIALS seemed set on building a bus hub on Dorrance Street in Providence, but now Gov. Daniel J. McKee says officials are considering a location in the I-195 Redevelopment District. / RENDERING COURTESY OF UNION STUDIO ARCHITECTURE AND COMMUNITY DESIGN

Concerns over economic impact of potential new site for transit center

Gov. Daniel J. McKee's revelation that state officials are considering a new Providence location for a proposed bus hub has touched off criticism from...

McKee: I-195 land being considered for RIPTA terminal site 

Does the R.I. Public Transit Authority have a new contender for an improved, centralized bus depot? Gov. Daniel J. McKee certainly thinks so.  State officials...
RISING UP: Developer Pennrose LLC recently broke ground on a 127-unit apartment building on Parcel 9, located next to Our Lady of The Rosary Church in the I-195 Redevelopment District. This is a rendering of the completed building as planned. 
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Long-awaited projects in I-195 district awaited no longer

When it comes to new construction, the I-195 Redevelopment District in Providence has been quiet for a while. It’s been about a year since work...

Wickenden St. project raises a question of character

Does a single building have the power to alter the nature of a neighborhood? Opponents of a proposed 75-unit apartment building on Wickenden Street in...
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Five Questions With: Brent Runyon

Now that you’ve stepped down, what accomplishments are you most proud of in the decade you led the preservation society? It’s been a long...

Pennrose, partners break ground on 127-unit Parcel 9 apartment project

PROVIDENCE – Philadelphia firm Pennrose LLC recently celebrated a groundbreaking for the first phase of construction on Parcel 9 in the Fox Point neighborhood,...

State seeks development partner for new transit hub on Dorrance Street

PROVIDENCE – The state is inching along the long-winding road to build a new, indoor transit hub, with plans to issue a solicitation to...
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Five Questions With: Mark J. Meiklejohn

Mark J. Meiklejohn | Chief credit officer, Brookline Bancorp Inc.Former CEO and president, Bank Rhode Island 1. How did your banking experience, including for the former...
TAKING CONTROL: Providence Mayor-elect Brett Smiley says striking new payment-in-lieu-of-taxes agreements with many of the city’s nonprofit institutions is one of the most important tasks his administration will undertake next year. 
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DECISIONS, DECISIONS… Simmering financial issues await Mayor-elect Smiley

Brett Smiley is no stranger to Providence City Hall. In 2015 and 2016, he was chief operating officer for Mayor Jorge O. Elorza. On...
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