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Joseph R. Paolino Jr. became mayor of Providence at just 29 years old in 1984 – at that time he was the youngest mayor of a major city in the country. He went on to become director of the then-R.I Department of Economic Development under Gov. Bruce Sundlun and was eventually appointed as the United States ambassador to Malta by President Bill Clinton. Today, he is the managing partner of his four-generation family real estate and development business, Paolino Properties.  / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

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Joseph R. Paolino Jr. | Paolino Properties managing partner Whether you’re leading a city, a nonprofit board or a business, I believe the most important...

Twin River to move headquarters to downtown Providence

PROVIDENCE – Twin River Worldwide Holdings Inc. is moving its headquarters to Providence, the company announced May 27. The casino and horse-track gaming company will...
TWIN RIVER Worldwide Holdings is moving its headquarters to 100 Westminster St., Providence. / PBN FILE PHOTO/STEPHANIE EWENS

Twin River to move headquarters to downtown Providence

PROVIDENCE – Twin River Worldwide Holdings Inc. is moving its headquarters to Providence, the company announced Monday. The casino and horse track gaming company will...
PANORAMIC VIEW: Homewood Suites by Hilton Providence Downtown, a new extended-stay hotel under construction at the corner of Exchange Street and Memorial Boulevard in downtown Providence, offers panoramic views from the first-floor windows.

Two new extended-stay hotels to open in Providence this year

The extended-stay hotel, a segment of the hotel market that is growing nationally, will expand its downtown Providence presence this year with two new...

Institute of Real Estate Management selects new officers

WARWICK – Holly Regoli, the property manager of Paolino Properties, is the new president of the Rhode Island chapter of the Institute of Real...
CLUB PRESERVED: The Agawam Hunt country club in East Providence emerged from bankruptcy in March under a reorganization that sold the club assets to a new ownership group and which included the sale of a conservation easement to The Nature Conservancy.

Home sales cool; golf clubs on the move

The residential real estate market started to cool in 2018, returning to an equilibrium between buyers and sellers, after two solid years of appreciation...
BUSY DEVELOPER: Arnold “Buff” Chace is the managing partner for Cornish Associates LP, which has several ongoing projects in downtown Providence, including three historical buildings on Westminster Street that are being renovated into apartments/retail. Chace stands in front of one of the properties, The Peerless Building at 150 Union St.

Despite some permitting improvements, developers often ‘going nowhere fast’ in Providence

The developer of a riverfront hotel proposed for Providence gained initial approval from the I-195 Redevelopment District Commission a year ago, giving him clearance...

Five Questions With: Joseph R. Paolino Jr.

The renovation of the Case-Mead Building in downtown Providence was among several projects named last week in the 2018 Rhody Awards. The awards, bestowed...
TOWER CONCERNS: Pictured at the ArtProv Gallery in Providence are from left: gallery staff members Nicholas Dupont and Victoria Rogers, owner Michele Aucoin, Susan Petree of Newport, and Luke ­Morrison of Providence. Aucoin said she’s concerned the proposed Hope Point Tower by the Fane Organization would be too overpowering and not “fit in.”

Business community divided over Fane tower proposal

While city officials debate whether to approve the proposed 600-foot Hope Point Tower in Providence’s Jewelry District, businesspeople in and around the neighborhood are...

Johnson & Wales bookstore moves closer to campus

PROVIDENCE – The Downcity Campus Bookstore at Johnson & Wales University has moved closer to the main campus into a university-owned building. In late June,...

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