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I-195 Redevelopment District Commission Meeting – March 29, 2018

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I-195 Redevelopment District Commission Public Notice of Meeting
A regular meeting of the I-195 Redevelopment District Commission will be held at Rhode Island Commerce Corporation, 315 Iron Horse Way, Suite 101, Providence, Rhode Island, on THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2018, beginning at 4:30 P.M., for the following purposes:

195-roundI. Public Session

  1. Welcoming Remarks by Chairperson Davis.
  2. Approval of the Minutes of the Commission Meetings Held on January 31, 2018.
  3. Executive Director’s Report on Commission activities.
  4. Presentation on the east and west side parks by Nina Brown of Brown Richardson & Rowe, Inc. and Kelly Carr of BETA Group, Inc.
  5. Vote to consider the application of the District for the allocation of funds from I-195 Redevelopment Project Fund for the purposes of retaining a park management consultant.
  6. Vote regarding execution of a purchase and sale agreement with The Fane Organization for the proposed development on Parcel 42.
  7. Chairperson’s Report/Agenda for next meeting on Wednesday April 11, 2018 at 5:00 P.M.
  8. Vote to Adjourn.

Agenda

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Comments

  1. C’mon Providence, let’s see the construction boom continue!

  2. ProJo: I-195 panel moves closer to finalizing Providence skyscraper project

    The commission authorized its chairman, Robert Davis, to finalize and sign off on a purchase and sales agreement that calls for selling the site of the proposed project to the New York Developer, The Fane Organization, for about $3.1 million.

    Under the terms of that agreement, Fane has the right to purchase a little less than an acre of land on Dyer Street. The company, led by Jason Fane, has a $2-million option on a smaller piece of the same parcel.

  3. Huge benefit to Providence, this project will give empty nesters like us, who will pay taxes and have retirement funds to spend, but no kids to educate, an opportunity to stay in the city and in addition, will free up homes for young families to buy. Win-Win-Win!

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