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Development
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Rhode Island elected officials, community agencies and corporate partners joined together Monday to celebrate the completion of renovations at 40 S. Main St., a former hardware store transformed into six apartments, a kitchen incubator space and a public market plaza. more
The news says it all: "The city's tallest building has lost nearly half its value over the past three years, according to the re-evaluation prepared for Providence." Since being vacated by its last tenant, Bank of America Corp., in 2013, … more
LDRE Properties Providence LLC has received $200,000 in historic- preservation-investment tax credits from the state Division of Taxation for work done on the George & Oliver Earle House at 369 South Main St., the new office of Lila Delman Real Estate International. more
The $220 million South Street Landing project will have a later occupancy for the state Nursing Education Center, the developer has announced. more
A residents’ group called Grow & Preserve North Kingstown has formed to advocate for “site-sensitive, community-minded development” and protection of historic buildings that do not fall under the town’s historic district zoning. more
At a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday, the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe took the first step in the construction of its billion-dollar First Light Resort & Casino. Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal … more
Roger Williams University on Monday showcased future community-centric opportunities available for students and organizations operating out of its new satellite campus, One Empire Plaza, which is under construction. more
The U.S. Small Business Administration has reopened the filing period for survivors in all states, including Rhode Island, affected by Superstorm Sandy to apply for low-interest disaster loans. more
Betaspring and Founders League will relocate to a newly renovated building downtown, the start of what developer Cornish Associates hopes will become a redevelopment of Grant’s Block. more
State regulators on Thursday unanimously voted to suspend an application to build a gas-fired power plant in Burrillville, allowing the applicant 60 days to provide details on how it plans to cool the proposed facility. more
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