Union Station food hall project receives $1M in tax credits

MARSELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP. received $1 million in redeemable tax credits from the Rebuild Rhode Island Tax Credit program on Monday for its plans to redevelop the lower level of 1 Union Station into a food hall. / RENDERING COURTESY MARSELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
PROVIDENCE – The board of directors of R.I. Commerce Corp. voted Monday to award $1 million in redeemable tax credits to Marsella Development Corp. for its plans to open a first-of-its-kind food hall in the lower level of the Union Station building. The tax credits are part of the Rebuild Rhode Island program, which awards…

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  1. Seriously? We’d be better off if they turned the Superman Building or PPM into a food court. How many folks will be hitting the food court during the winter or when temps are in the 90s during the summer?