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THIS RENDERING shows the proposed Richmond Residences project, a six-story addition on the back of two existing commercial buildings at 71-85 Richmond St. in Providence, including 11 apartment units, under review by the city's Downtown Design Review Committee. / COURTESY DOWNTOWN DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEE

6-story addition, 11 apartment units proposed in historic Providence district

PROVIDENCE – A Providence developer is seeking to tack on a six-story addition to two buildings he owns on Richmond Street that are considered...

Reduced height for Jewelry District apartment building approved

PROVIDENCE – A new apartment building proposed for the Jewelry District will rise 10 stories instead of 12, following the successful appeal of a...

Proposed Jewelry District apartment building challenged

PROVIDENCE – A neighbor is challenging the preliminary approval of a new, 12-story building in the Jewelry District. The city’s Zoning Board of Review has...

Gaspee Building in Providence to gain apartments, sixth floor

PROVIDENCE – The top floors of the historic Gaspee Building, at 204 Westminster St., will be converted to apartments under a redevelopment plan approved...

New design approved for Aloft Hotel

PROVIDENCE – The Aloft Hotel under design and pre-construction for the Interstate 195 Redevelopment District has a new design. The revised plan presented to and...

Hotel Hive Providence design approved

PROVIDENCE – A developer’s plan to create a boutique hotel from the adjoining old Providence Journal and Kresge buildings on Westminster Street has been...
A FIVE-STORY BUILDING of 44 condominium units and retail space is being proposed for a surface parking lot near Interstate 195 and South Water Street in the Fox Point neighborhood of Providence. / PBN PHOTO/MARY MACDONALD

Five-story building proposed for Fox Point neighborhood near I-195

PROVIDENCE – A building of 44 condominium units and retail space is being proposed for a surface parking lot near Interstate 195 and South...
ERIC ZUENA, an architect with ZDS Architects, has presented plans to the Providence Downtown Design Review Committee to add a second entrance door on the left side of the Cherry & Webb building at 275 Westminster St. / PBN PHOTO/MARY MACDONALD

Architect seeks design change for Cherry & Webb building

PROVIDENCE – While office space in the Cherry & Webb building, at 275 Westminster St., is largely leased, the retail tenants at street level...
EDGE COLLEGE HILL 2, a proposed apartment building at the base of College Hill in Providence that would provide rental apartments for college students, has received approval to extend the height to 11 stories. / COURTESY DBVW ARCHITECTS

Edge College Hill 2 receives approval to extend height to 11...

PROVIDENCE – A proposed apartment building, called Edge College Hill 2, has received approval for a height bonus that would allow an 11-story building...
A PLAN TO RENOVATE the Lapham and Wit buildings for conversion to a mix of commercial and residential units, and renovate and expand the Trayne Building for a similar purpose, on Westminster Street in downtown Providence received final approval by the city's Downtown Design Review Committee on Feb. 12. / COURTESY UNION STUDIO ARCHITECTURE AND COMMUNITY DESIGN

Westminster Street building redevelopment plan receives final approval

PROVIDENCE – A redevelopment plan for three buildings on Westminster Street owned by Cornish Associates received final approval by the city’s Downtown Design Review...

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