Two projects, including grocery store, apartments, proposed for I-195 district

A RENDERING showing the proposed mixed-use building by DMG Investments LLC for Parcel 6. / COURTESY I-195 REDEVELOPMENT DISTRICT COMMISSION
A RENDERING showing the proposed mixed-use building by DMG Investments LLC for Parcel 6. / COURTESY I-195 REDEVELOPMENT DISTRICT COMMISSION
PROVIDENCE – Two proposals that would place apartment buildings on a prominent East Side parcel of the Interstate-195 Redevelopment District will be evaluated in public session Wednesday, following presentations by the two development teams. The projects for Parcel 6 are put forward by DMG Investments LLC and D+P Real Estate and Truth Box Inc. The…

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  1. The I-195 District Commission must act faster because their performance in moving projects quickly to implementation has been quite disappointing. Many of their concerns are weak and lack a broad perspective For example, early on the Carpinato group proposed a project that extended the entire length of the east side of the I-195 District. The project had a distinctive design,d had much diversity in use and involved sizable investment dollars. Then a consulting firm used by the Commission opined that they were concerned over one developer involved in many buildings and that the sameness of one developer was objectionable. Yikes, not an astute observation. Carpinato eventually withdrew their proposal. Well, I have a news flash for that consulting firm; those parcels to date have a sameness, the sameness of nothing.