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Updated plans for Parcels 14, 15 unveiled to I-195 commission

PROVIDENCE – A year after CV Properties LLC was to develop Parcels 14 and 15 in the I-195 district, the developer unveiled its new...
THE CITY OF PROVIDENCE is installing new parking meters and is extending metered street parking in many areas, which is concerning at least on neighborhood leader. / PBN PHOTO

Extended hours for Providence parking meters draw mixed reaction

Providence is extending the hours its parking meters are operational to 9 p.m. throughout the city, and business leaders predict uneven effects on commerce...

Downtown design panel OKs apartment complex proposed in Jewelry District

PROVIDENCE – The Providence Downtown Design Review Committee granted a final design review for a proposed six-story mixed-use building in the Jewelry District during...

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...
Renderings of Brown University's proposed Integrated Life Science Building, which the Providence Downtown Design Review Committee signed off on Dec. 11/Courtesy of TenBerke Architects D.P.C.

Brown life science building in Jewelry District wins final approval

PROVIDENCE – Brown University’s proposed integrated life sciences building is on its way after the city’s Downtown Design Review Committee approved the final design...

Brown digs geothermal test wells on campus in search for renewable...

PROVIDENCE – Brown University is exploring its campus to see if the answer to achieve net-zero emissions by 2040 may already lie underneath. Researchers at...

Providence City Plan Commission approves Brown University’s proposed master plan

PROVIDENCE – The Providence City Plan Commission Tuesday night approved Brown University’s proposed Institutional Master Plan. The university updates its master plan every five years...
NEIGHBORHOOD PRIDE: Olin Thompson, a ­Jewelry District resident and amateur historian, points to the architectural features on a stone building at 110 Elm St. that was once a foundry and is now leased by Brown University for administrative and medical offices. 
PBN PHOTO/CLAUDIA CHIAPPA

Brown’s land of opportunity: University’s expansion is welcomed but is school...

Olin Thompson’s Jewelry District walking tour begins at the corner of Richmond and Ship streets in Providence, on a plaza covered in stepped, wooden...
WATCHFUL EYE: Providence City Councilman John Goncalves, a Brown graduate, says the university’s expansion can’t come at the expense of much-needed city taxes. 
PBN FILE PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO

Jewelry District’s promise tied to Brown’s ongoing expansion

Providence’s Jewelry District has a proud past as a national manufacturing hub and may one day be the innovation and design center city marketers...
MARY JO CALLAN will become Brown University's new vice president for community engagement. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY

Brown University creates new VP position to deepen relationships with city,...

PROVIDENCE – Brown University announced Wednesday that it has established a new cabinet-level position that will lead community engagement strategies and initiatives in order...
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