PPS presents a three-day event exploring lessons learned from the creation of Providence’s Capital Center on its 30th anniversary, then looking forward to the opportunities opened by the removal of I-195 and creation of the Knowledge District. For the full schedule and a list of panelists, please visit ProvidenceSymposium.com. Realtor and AIA credits are available.
Following the Symposium, PPS will celebrate with a Symposium Gala: an evening in Monte Carlo, to be held on the dramatic roof top terrace of the GTECH building featuring spectacular views, dinner, capital cocktails, music, and surprises. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit ProvidenceSymposium.com.
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September 20, 2011
[...] On Sunday, The Providence Journal had a story titled Developer who would head Rhode Island\’s Route 195 panel relishes a challenge. That developer is Colin Kane, Governor Chafee’s nominee to chair the 195 Commission. On Saturday he introduced a panel discussion at the PPS Symposium. [...]