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A NEW SELF-STORAGE FACILITY with 720 units is being planned at 850 Manton Ave. by property owner Calvi Realty Co Inc. and its business partner, Bluedog Capital Partners LLC, a boutique real estate firm based in downtown Providence. / COURTESY PROVIDENCE CITY PLAN COMMISSION

3-building, 720-unit self-storage project planned for wooded plot in Providence

PROVIDENCE – Property owner Calvi Realty Co Inc. and Bluedog Capital Partners LLC are planning to build three self-storage buildings totaling 94,200 square feet at 850...
GHASSON DAOU, OF RJR DAOU REALTY, is planning to construct a 4,745-square-foot, 4-story apartment building on a vacant lot at 24 Eighth St. in Providence. He submitted preliminary plans to the Providence City Plan Commission. / COURTESY PROVIDENCE CITY PLAN COMMISSION

Businessman plans 4-story, 24-unit apartment project on Providence’s East Side

PROVIDENCE – A developer is bringing a proposal before the Providence City Plan Commission on Tuesday to construct a new 24-unit apartment building in Providence near...
A Wayland Square mixed use residential project is favoring bicycles instead of parking spaces. But the Providence Planning Commission, during its meeting on Tuesday, put a pause approving the master plan, posting deliberations at the applicant’s request until a Sept 28 meeting. The commission has lingering questions about parking and the height of the building. / COURTESY PROVIDENCE CITY PLAN COMMISSION

Celtics co-owner’s Wayland Square project proposal limits car spaces, favors bicycles

PROVIDENCE – The Providence City Plan Commission is calling a timeout in the approval process for a new mixed-use development in Wayland Square, asking...

New apartment building proposed for Wayland Square

PROVIDENCE – A proposal for a five-story residential apartment building, over retail, near Wayland Square will be heard in a public hearing on July...

Providence Finance Committee considers tax deal for Federal Hill development

PROVIDENCE – A proposal to give a prominent Providence developer a tax break on plans to renovate a long-vacant series of parking lots in...
VIRTUAL CONNECTION: Gov. Daniel J. McKee holds a Facebook Live event on June 3 to discuss health care in Rhode Island. Panelists included, clockwise, Womazetta Jones, secretary of R.I. Executive Office of Health and Human Services; Stefan Pryor, commerce secretary; Patrick Tigue, the state health insurance commissioner; Dr. Megan Ranney, of Brown University; and Dr. Nicole Alexander-Scott, R.I. Department of Health director. It’s unclear what form these types of gatherings will take after the pandemic has passed.

Public officials ponder future of online meetings

Rhode Island public meetings have been virtual for more than a year. In that time, the audience for the meetings of public bodies such...

Holiday Inn development plan extended for another year

PROVIDENCE – Plans to develop a five-story, 91-room Holiday Inn Express and Suites in South Providence have been extended for another year. The City Plan...

Proposed mixed-use development on Smith Hill to go before City Council

PROVIDENCE – A master plan for a 4-acre, mixed-use development in an industrial area of Smith Hill has been approved by the City Plan...
The 29-unit apartment building proposed for 17 Marcello St. in Providence would consist mostly of two-bedroom units. COURTESY PROVIDENCE CITY PLAN COMMISSION.

Four-story apartment building approved for Federal Hill

PROVIDENCE – A developer who initially planned to build a 43-unit apartment building at 17 Marcello St. in Federal Hill on Tuesday received approval...

Commercial development rejected for site at Kinsley at Harris avenues

PROVIDENCE – A proposal to construct a storage building, gas station with convenience store and retail building at Kinsley and Harris avenues in Providence...

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