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Economic Development
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WOONSOCKET – Three new incentive programs were launched Dec. 11 by the state to improve streetscapes in central business districts, provide tax-stabilization incentives and give tax credits to local companies that play a role in persuading a … more
Gov. Gina M. Raimondo's administration has taken a different approach to incentives compared with her predecessor, rolling out a slew of new programs to entice investment in and business relocation to the Ocean State. Among them is a unique … more
Shelfdig.com is a free website that helps Providence consumers browse for local goods before visiting bricks-and-mortar stores. The business could be a money-making proposition once different strategies are leveraged to bring in revenue … more
1 The City Council recently received a report on economic-development clusters that look promising. What happens now? We'll work internally to develop working groups to better understand what the city's role can be in moving the report's … more
WHITINSVILLE, Mass. – Blackstone Heritage Corridor Inc. has been awarded a $200,000 grant from The Champlain Foundations to fund construction of a replica barn at the site of the Captain Wilbur Kelly House and Transportation Museum in the … more
A proposal to design and construct a new apartment building over a parking lot on Canal Street downtown is in the hands of a new developer and Providence-based architect, DBVW Architects. more
A North Carolina company is getting closer to finishing a long-anticipated anaerobic digestion facility in Johnston, which will eventually sell biogas energy to National Grid PLC. more
FALL RIVER – Southcoast Technology Center Inc. recently sold the property at 420 Airport Road, a nearly 6-acre lot in the Fall River Industrial Park, to Madison FR Properties LLC for $2.4 million, The Herald News reported Nov. 17. Paul … more
The marketing of commercial space has begun at the newly renovated American Tourister mill, where 62,000 square feet in office, retail and restaurant suites is available. more
Business owners maintain a bullish outlook on Rhode Island's economy, but there are signs the optimism has been tempered by turbulence at the national level and slow-paced economic progress at home, according to results from the 2016 winter installment of the biannual Providence Business News survey. more
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