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Development
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WARWICK – The Providence-to-Newport ferry has been so successful that R.I. Department of Transportation Director Peter Alviti is thinking of extending the service to coastal communities, including a stop at Rocky Point Park. And while … more
LINCOLN – Finlay Extracts & Ingredients USA Inc., part of a multinational tea, coffee and horticulture business, is requesting state incentives to build research, manufacturing and distribution facilities at Quonset Business Park in North … more
For almost a decade Sharon Steele, president of Building Bridges Providence Inc., has waited for ground to break on the proposed I-195 pedestrian bridge. The project, which repurposes almost 7 acres of reclaimed land from I-195 into two … more
A vibrant and growing downtown is so important for the state to be able to compete nationally for jobs and to attract new companies; to preserve and protect our environment and quality of life; and to create opportunities for individuals to develop … more
With a philosophy of "Gilbane cares," employees of this construction and real estate development firm know their employer considers their health a priority. Gilbane Inc. employees reap the advantages of benefits such as one-on-one health … more
A developer who wants to build an 11-story building over a parking lot on Canal Street downtown has requested several waivers from the city’s new zoning ordinance, including one that would allow the building to exceed the height limit. more
Finlay Extracts & Ingredients USA Inc., part of a multinational tea, coffee and horticulture business, is requesting state incentives to build research, manufacturing and distribution facilities at Quonset Business Park. more
The William J. Braitsch and Company Plant in the city’s Elmwood neighborhood has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. more
Conversion of farmland to residential subdivisions is giving way to a new development pressure, installation of sprawling solar grids. Requests to develop solar fields, or solar farms, have started to mount in Rhode Island, in towns and … more
(Updated 9:36 a.m. with corrected information) Providence legislators on Wednesday denounced a proposed natural gas liquefaction facility project in the capital city, calling on federal regulators to reject enabling permits and for city lawmakers to withhold subsidies. more
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