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BROWN UNIVERSITY has acquired 10 parcels within Providence's Jewelry District from Care New England Health System for an undisclosed amount. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY

Brown University acquires 10 Jewelry District parcels from Care New England

PROVIDENCE – A day after it announced early plans to construct a new life sciences building, Brown University has acquired 10 parcels that are...
THE DOWNTOWN DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEE voted on Monday, Dec. 13, 2021, to grant a third six-month extension for a 10-story apartment project to commence construction at 151-155 Chestnut St. / PHOTO COURTESY PROVIDENCE PLANNING DEPARTMENT

Apartment project in Jewelry District granted 3rd 6-month extension

PROVIDENCE – The Downtown Design Review Committee on Monday granted a third six-month extension for a 10-story apartment project to start construction at 151-155...

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Providence Foundation opposes elements of RIDOT’s bus proposal

PROVIDENCE – The Providence Foundation has joined transit advocates in voicing their opposition to parts of the state’s latest bus route proposal. The proposed plan, called the Providence...
CREATIVE CAPITAL: Margaret Hartigan, co-founder and CEO of Marstone, a digital financial platform with offices in Providence, speaks with Benjamin Baker, head of sales. Hartigan says she chose to base her company in Providence because of the “incredible level of creativity and diversity here.” / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Hartigan’s fully invested in fintech firm she created

Margaret Hartigan found a lot to like about Providence. Hartigan, the co-founder and CEO of the financial-technology company Marstone Inc., is a New Hampshire native...
Margaret Hartigan

Emerging innovation hub drew us to R.I.

When you think of innovation hubs, perhaps the San Francisco Bay Area and New York spring to mind, or maybe a global city such...
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...
THE PROPERTY at 125-127 Friendship St. in Providence has been listed by Capstone Properties. The property was formerly home to the club Ultra. / COURTESY CAPSTONE PROPERTIES

Capstone Properties lists former nightclub building in Jewelry District

PROVIDENCE – A building in downtown Providence that had accommodated nightclubs for more than 20 years is newly listed by Capstone Properties. The one-story building...
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HIGHWAY RELOCATION: Shown at right are the East Side parcels of developable land in the 40-acre Interstate 195 Redevelopment District of Providence. The district was created after the original Interstate 195, seen at far left, was federally relocated more than 10 years ago.
 / PBN PHOTO/ARTISTIC IMAGES

Despite questions, I-195 District on course

When Robert Davis, a longtime real estate lawyer, joined the board of the I-195 Redevelopment District Commission in 2015, he’d talk to potential developers...
POTENTIAL GROCERY STORY: Pictured is the construction site of a six-floor housing project at 78 Fountain St. in Providence, where developers Cornish Associates and Nordblom Co. would like to see a grocery store occupy the ground floor.  
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Will downtown Providence ever get a supermarket?

Downtown Providence is known as the central political and cultural district of Rhode Island. Among those who live and work there, it’s also known...

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