There are vacancies in Providence, but large office spaces limited

READY TO LEASE: Hayes & Sherry broker Matt Fair, left, and firm partner Peter Hayes are marketing about 3,500 square feet of available space at Providence’s IGT Center. / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS
READY TO LEASE: Hayes & Sherry broker Matt Fair, left, and firm partner Peter Hayes are marketing about 3,500 square feet of available space at Providence’s IGT Center. / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS
The slow, steady conversion of vintage downtown buildings into residential spaces, or boutique hotels, has tightened the supply of Class B office space in Providence, according to commercial real estate brokers. At the same time, the availability of Class A space isn’t what it might seem. Yes, the downtown has buildings with vacant floors and…

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