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Waterplace unit sells at top price

PROVIDENCE – A condominium at Waterplace sold recently for $1.2 million at $634 per square foot, the highest price ever paid on a per-square-foot...
SPEAKING OUT: Connie Donnelly, an organizer of Concerned Citizens of Capital Center, wants all citizens to be heard on Providence mass-transit plans.

A voice for all on city traffic

Concerned Citizens of Capital Center LLC was created in the past year for a specific purpose: making sure the interests of tenants and owners...
PUBLIC HEARING: A public hearing before the Downtown Design Review Committee in Providence on the proposal for the Hope Point tower by developer Jason Fane, president of The Fane Organization. From left, Fane; his sister Daria Fane, vice president of The Fane Organization; and their architect, Gianni Ria, director of design, IBI Group. In the foreground recommending denial of the project is City Councilman Seth Yurdin.

Where’s the market for Hope Point?

How high can the Hope Point tower climb? Its size has fueled doubters who say it won’t fit in, leading to extensive government review...
CONDO CONVERSIONS: Tom Knight, left, concierge at the 903 Residences at Providence Place, delivers a package to General Manager Walter Pastor. For the past six months, rental units at the residential building in Providence have been going through a conversion to condos, with nearly 40 sold so far.  

903 Residences apartments undergoing conversion to condos

Timing is everything in real estate, and sometimes it isn’t on the developer’s side. The 903 Residences at Providence Place, which opened as apartments in...

Former mayor, downtown property owners sue city, state over transit hub

PROVIDENCE – A group of downtown property owners, including former Mayor Joseph R. Paolino Jr., filed a lawsuit against the city and state Monday,...
A RECENT STUDY by Peter M. Scotti & Associates examined single-family home and condo sales in Providence over the past five years and found that single-family home appreciation is not as powerful as Multiple Listing Service indicates, while the condo market is more robust than what MLS data shows. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/DERICK E. HINGLE

Study: Providence home appreciation differs from MLS data

PROVIDENCE – Home prices are rising in Providence, according to data released by the Multiple Listing Service. But that data can obscure what appreciation...
THE INTERIOR OF a unit at Waterplace in Providence, which sold recently for $845,000, the highest price in the Waterplace condominium towers this year. / COURTESY MOTT & CHACE SOTHEBY'S INTERNATIONAL REALTY

Waterplace condominium in Providence sells for $845K

PROVIDENCE – A condominium with a large terrace overlooking the downtown skyline was sold recently for $845,000, the highest price in the Waterplace condominium...
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