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PROVIDENCE – Home prices in the Providence-Warwick metropolitan area climbed 6 percent year over year in February, CoreLogic said April 5. The increase in home prices in the metropolitan area was in line with the nationwide increase in … more
One Financial Plaza has become a more attractive place to eat lunch at the desk. The 28-story office building, home to Santander Bank and Merrill Lynch, this week welcomed Fooda, a company that brings a different restaurant to the workplace every day. more
The Washington Trust Co. recently provided $3.1 million to a multitenant-industrial portfolio here, the company announced. more
New-home construction rose in April, extending a pattern of gains and losses that signals the U.S. homebuilding industry is contributing little to economic growth. more
Cely O’Brien, a sales associate with Randall, Realtors in Charlestown, recently was promoted to director of education for the Randall Family of Companies in Rhode Island and Connecticut. In that capacity, she will survey the educational needs of the company and coordinate and develop courses to meet those needs. O’Brien responded recently to questions posed by the Providence Business News. more
(Updated 12:30 p.m.) Behind Citizens Bank in Providence, between Westminster and Cranston streets, sits a vacant lot. It's the previous home of Louttit Laundry, but after the building was abandoned in 1985, dilapidation was inevitable and the building got … more
Providence commercial-property values have climbed by more than 7 percent, according to the private re-evaluation company hired to assess the capital city's current worth. The new values include some significant increases. Providence Place … more
Home prices increased 4.2 percent in August in the Providence-Warwick metropolitan area compared with August 2014, according to data released Tuesday by CoreLogic. more
The 36,000-square-foot Woodman Family Community and Performance Center is under construction at the center of the Moses Brown School's 33-acre campus. Designed by Durkee, Brown, Viveiros & Werenfels Architects, the project, the cost for which has … more
The Italianate structure that originally housed the Providence Journal newspaper and the adjoining Kresge Building on Westminster Street have been sold to a Boston-area redevelopment company, which plans to convert the properties for either commercial or residential needs. more
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