Mayor Elorza today vetoed the proposed zoning change for Hope Point (aka Fane) tower. Below is the letter transmitted to the City Council with the veto.
City Council’s Committee on Ordinances will hold a public hearing on text change and change in zoning map for the property located on Assessor’s Plat 20, Lot 397 (250 Dyer Street). The proposed development is commonly referred to as the “Fane Tower” or “Hope Point Tower.”
New renderings of proposed Hope Point Tower by The Fane OrganizationView Post
This action moves this project further along, but it is far from a done deal. The zoning approvals need to be made to reconfigure the lot and allow the height to go way beyond what is allowed by zoning. As far as the zoning is concerned, the 195 Commission is supposed to consider the City’s zoning, but can override it…
Rendering of proposed 45-story tower on Parcel 42 by the Fane Organization I. Public Session Welcoming Remarks by Chairperson Azrack. Approval of the Minutes of the Commission Meetings Held on June 19, 2017 and July 10, 2017. Executive Director’s Report. Presentation on the proposed development on Parcel 42 by Jason Fane of The Fane Organization. Presentation by Patricia Adell of …
I do not have the time or energy right now to even think or comment on this, but I thought I should leave this here to allow everyone else to comment on it.
The DRC will review plans for Hope Point Tower on 195 District Parcel 42 and proposed signage for 10 Orms Street at their April 8th meeting.
Lawsuits agains Hope Point Tower and buses in Kennedy Plaza and the need to address climate change through transportation in today’s News & Notes.
The 195 Commission reviews the Hope Point Tower project, proposals for parcels 2, 5, and 6, and possible temporary parking on parcel 28 at their December 19th meeting.
Below is a look at the various local news reports about the City Council hearing this week regarding the zoning change requested by The Fane Organization for the proposed Hope Point Tower.
Ruggerio vowed to introduce legislation next year “that removes some of the impediments to redeveloping the rest of our former highway land by granting more authority to the I-195 Commission, so the city doesn’t stand in the way of progress.”
The Providence Journal reports that the City Planning Commission voted to not recommend approval of rezoning for the proposed Hope Point Tower to the City Council.
City Plan Commission Meeting – May 15, 2018View Post
Providence Preservation Society statement on proposed Fane TowerView Post
The Providence Journal reports on efforts by the Fain Organization to build an up to 470 foot tower on the 195 Land. Approvals are needed by the City Council and General Assembly.
Items related to the Fane Organization’s Hope Point Tower in the agenda of the I-195 Redevelopment District Commission at their January 31st meeting.
195 Commission to review plans by the Fane Organization to build a tower on Parcel 42 at their January 18th meeting.
195 Commission discusses matters related to Hope Point Towers, Chestnut Commons, and the Wexford project at their meeting this afternoon.