Updated plans for Parcels 14, 15 unveiled to I-195 commission

A YEAR after being selected as the developer for Parcels 14 and 15 in the I-195 District, CV Properties’ vision for the property has shifted. A spokesperson for CV Properties told PBN Tuesday that the updated proposal has approximately 7,000 square feet of additional space to make way for the added residential units. /COURTESY CV PROPERTIES LLC

PROVIDENCE – A year after CV Properties LLC was to develop Parcels 14 and 15 in the I-195 district, the developer unveiled its new vision for the property. “We’re really excited about where we are because, in this environment, it’s all about can we get a design that works,” Richard Galvin, founder and president of

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  1. The new plans and the deletion of larger apartments indicates that this project is another one that will cater to students and other transients, not a good omen for a stable and vibrant downtown. Years ago the city of San Diego to meet such a goal promoted the construction of larger apartments and also the conversion of rentals to condos meet the goal of a more stability downtown residential community. Providence has consistently shown to be behind the times on this aspect and officials here appear to have no clue as they allow developers to do whatever they want.