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STANDING READY: Outside Hammetts Hotel in Newport are, from left, General Manager Randi Milewski, Colin Kane and Sam Bradner, two of the hotel owners, and Sarah Eustis, CEO of the Main Street Hospitality Group, the company handling the hotel’s management. The hotel opened in June amid the uncertainty of the pandemic. / PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY

Hotel industry has been desolated, but some are betting on big...

In a normal year, early November is a shoulder season in Newport. Christopher Bicho, who owns six leisure-market hotels in the coastal area, would...
THE SALE OF PARCEL 6 in the I-195 Redevelopment District has been finalized for $100,000. / COURTESY I-195 REDEVELOPMENT DISTRICT COMMISSION

Sale of Parcel 6 in I-195 Redevelopment District closes for $100K

PROVIDENCE – The sale of Parcel 6 in the I-195 Redevelopment District has been completed to Link Street LLC, the commission overseeing the district...

Exeter Property Group purchases Parcel 28 in I-195 Redevelopment District

PROVIDENCE — Construction of a mixed-use building in the I-195 Redevelopment District is expected to start soon, following the completed sale of Parcel 28....
SOME BREATHING ROOM: Collection specialist Dosha Bogosian works in a sparsely populated office at XRA Medical Imaging in Cranston. While XRA’s diagnostic services have remained open for months, more of the administrative workers have returned but are keeping their distance from one another.  / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Many offices are sparsely filled, and it’s having negative effects

When Michael Giuttari returned in late June to his office at MG Commercial Real Estate Services Inc. in the Jewelry District of Providence, he...
BIRD IN THE HAND? ONE Neighborhood Builders has proposed a mixed-use project in the I-195 Redevelopment District that would include apartments and a child care center. / COURTESY I-195 REDEVELOPMENT DISTRICT COMMISSION

I-195 commission must follow the market on district build-out

If you build more housing and retail amenities in the I-195 Redevelopment District, will the employers come? Before COVID-19, it was increasingly a question being...

TSA changes would slow development

It will be interesting to hear how developers react to newly proposed changes to tax-stabilization agreements in Providence. As proposed by Providence City Council President...

Wexford Science & Technology gets two-year extension to start second phase...

PROVIDENCE – Wexford Science & Technology will push back by two years its deadline for purchasing additional land in the Interstate-195 Redevelopment District, and...
STEADY GROWTH: Nancy Parker Wilson, owner of Greenvale Vineyard in Portsmouth, with her son Bill Wilson, the operations manager. Parker Wilson says the vineyard has seen steady growth in its seasonal tasting and events business, a function of increasing interest in agritourism and the “eat local” movement. / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS

PBN survey: In election year, more R.I. companies say no to...

Rhode Island businesspeople have revived their optimism about the future of the state economy, but they appear reluctant to back up their improved outlook...
A PROPOSED mixed-use building on Parcel 6 in the I-195 Redevelopment District in Providence will include space for apartments over a grocery store. / COURTESY I-195 REDEVELOPMENT DISTRICT COMMISSION

I-195 panel moves to tackle housing dilemma

How much housing in the I-195 Redevelopment District is too much? Three of the four district parcels that have received approval for new development,...
THE I-195 REDEVELOPMENT District Commission will consider changes to development guidelines in December. / PBN PHOTO MARY MACDONALD

I-195 Commission considers new guidelines calling for taller buildings, less housing

PROVIDENCE – Prompted by a new state law that allows large economic development districts to bypass local zoning, the I-195 Redevelopment District Commission is...

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