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Should the state contribute additional funding to help support the redevelopment...

R.I. Secretary of Housing Stefan Pryor recently acknowledged the $220 million conversion of Providence’s “Superman” building at 111 Westminster St. may require additional funding...

R.I. housing secretary: ‘Superman’ building may need additional funding

PROVIDENCE – R.I. Secretary of Housing Stefan Pryor on Monday confirmed the $220 million conversion of the “Superman” building at 111 Westminster St., also...

‘Superman’ building renovation to begin this month

PROVIDENCE – The development team behind the conversion of the "Superman" building at 111 Westminster St. announced the first phase of the project will...

Armory up, ‘Superman’ on deck

Providence leaders have some big decisions to make about the future of the Cranston Street Armory and the “Superman” building. The state’s termination of a...

Frustration building over slow pace of ‘Superman’ redevelopment

PROVIDENCE – It has been almost 14 months since state leaders held a celebratory press conference touting a public-private effort they said would transform...

Should the state do more to support redevelopment of Providence’s ‘Superman’...

More than a year has passed since a proposed $223 million redevelopment of Providence’s tallest building was announced and the project remains in limbo. Gov....

PBN’s most-read stories of 2022

From developments with the potential to reshape the landscape of Providence and a steady stream of million-dollar home sales across Rhode Island, to ongoing...
TAKING CONTROL: Providence Mayor-elect Brett Smiley says striking new payment-in-lieu-of-taxes agreements with many of the city’s nonprofit institutions is one of the most important tasks his administration will undertake next year. 
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

DECISIONS, DECISIONS… Simmering financial issues await Mayor-elect Smiley

Brett Smiley is no stranger to Providence City Hall. In 2015 and 2016, he was chief operating officer for Mayor Jorge O. Elorza. On...
THE "SUPERMAN" BUILDING, at left, is one of two high-profile downtown Providence projects that are inking a tax stabilization agreement with city officials. / PBN FILE PHOTO/PAMELA BHATIA

2 high-profile projects sidestep new rules for tax deals in Providence

After strengthening wage protections and increasing minority-business participation requirements for developers looking to get tax deals with the city, the Providence City Council appears...

City Council approves $29M tax treaty for ‘Superman’ redevelopment project

PROVIDENCE – The pieces of a complex funding puzzle for the “Superman” building redevelopment are falling into place, with the City Council giving the...
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