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K&S Development proposes five-story building for Federal Hill

PROVIDENCE – The Providence City Plan Commission is reviewing a proposal for a new five-story building, to be built over three lots in Federal...
THE CITY is launching the $6 million Woonasquatucket River Greenway Project Monday night with a public hearing. / COURTESY CITY OF PROVIDENCE

Providence holding meeting Monday about Woonasquatucket River Greenway

PROVIDENCE – A public meeting will be held Monday evening to start the Woonasquatucket River Greenway Project, a series of proposed improvements to a...
DENSELY POPULATED: The Fox Point neighborhood on the East Side of Providence is filled with 18th- and 19th-century structures, and a mix of other buildings. In recent months, three new apartment buildings have started construction, two of them replacing much older buildings, including one at 298 Wickenden St.

Fox Point residents concerned about infill construction displacing long-term renters

After years of inactivity, new residential construction has made inroads into city neighborhoods in Providence. Lot by lot, older houses or vacant parcels are...

Downtown Transit Connector to begin construction

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Public Transit Authority has begun pre-construction work in downtown Providence, preparing for the Downtown Transit Connector. The high-frequency bus transit corridor...
THE ROCHAMBEAU FIRE STATION, at 270 Rochambeau Ave. in Providence, was one of two East Side fire houses deactivated earlier this year by Mayor Jorge O. Elorza's administration. The city Planning Department is actively seeking opinions as to the building's next purpose. / PBN PHOTO/MARY MACDONALD

Providence Planning Department seeks ideas for Rochambeau Fire Station reuse

PROVIDENCE – With the Rochambeau Fire Station no longer in use, the city Planning Department is actively seeking opinions as to its next purpose. An open house in...
SOUTH PROVIDENCE RESIDENTS attended a meeting at the Southside Cultural Center on Broad Street on March 11 to air their concerns for the future of Broad Street and the former St. Joseph's Hospital. Micah Salkind, foreground left, special programs manager for the city of Providence Department of Art, Culture & Tourism, writes down the common goals and sticking points on a large white pad. PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Survey: South Providence residents want identity that celebrates diversity, cultural heritage

PROVIDENCE – People who attended a March 11 workshop on the future of Broad Street received a follow-up email this week from the city’s...

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