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RORY'S MARKET & KITCHEN has opened on Washington Street in downtown Providence, where there has been a lack of retail food stores for years. PBN PHOTO/WILLIAM HAMILTON

An answer to downtown’s grocery store needs?

The COVID-19 pandemic may have altered the use of downtown districts throughout the country, but two grocery businesses are betting it hasn’t changed the...

Citizens Bank awards $165K in grants to 11 R.I. small businesses

PROVIDENCE – Citizens Bank awarded 11 Rhode Island small businesses a total of $165,000 in grants as part of its Small Business Recovery Program,...

$30K crowdfunding campaign allows co-working facility to expand

PROVIDENCE – Social Enterprise Greenhouse, of Providence, has finished a 30-day crowdfunding campaign and raised its goal of $30,000 to expand its existing business...
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New Construction March 2018

Urban Greens Food Co-op | 93 Cranston St., Providence Steel frames are now being erected on the site of the old Louttit Laundry building for...
CO-OP SPACE: Company executives at the site for the community-owned Urban Greens Food Co-op grocery store, slated to open this year on Cranston Street in Providence. From left, Philip Trevvett, vice chair and head of investments; Janiqua Jackson, general manager; and Corey Auger, chairman. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Community-supported food co-op banks on diverse investors

To find the best available produce, David Karoff, a resident of Providence’s South Side neighborhood, shops at three separate grocery stores – PriceRite, Whole...
THE URBAN GREENS Food Co-op grocery store will be one of two buildings as part of a mixed-use construction project at 93 Cranston St. in Providence, which recently received a $4.5 million loan from Bank Rhode Island to finance the project. / RENDERING COURTESY URBAN GREENS

Bank Rhode Island makes $4.5M loan for mixed-use project in Providence

PROVIDENCE – Bank Rhode Island recently made a $4.5 million loan to help finance a 41,375-square-foot mixed-use construction project in Providence. The bank made the...

RIF ‘investment’ in state grows

The Rhode Island Foundation in recent years has increasingly taken a more active role as a community convener, planner and funder. That evolution, as...
NEIL D. STEINBERG, president and CEO of the Rhode Island Foundation announced a new $10 investment initiative from the Rhode Island Foundation. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

RIF announces $10M impact investment program

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Foundation is looking to invest $10 million in local business projects during the inaugural year of its new Impact...
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