PBN reports that RIDOT will not finish the Providence River Pedestrian Bridge until the summer of 2019.
New renderings of proposed Hope Point Tower by The Fane OrganizationView Post
PBN reports on plans to renovate the Woolworth Building at the corner of Dorrance and Westminster Streets Downcity.
The Carpionato Group proposes 4 mixed-use buildings across parcels 2, 5, and 6 on the east side of the Providence River.
Post Road Residential proposes a 160-unit mixed-use residential building for Parcel 5 of the 195 District.
Proposal by Spencer Providence, LLC to build a hotel, mixed-use retail building, and rowhouses on 195 District Parcels 2 and 5 east of the Providence River.
I’ll finally be able to drink a Manhattan at the top of the Biltmore!
The 195 Commission will review and take public comment on proposals for parcels 2, 5, and 6 at their April 11th meeting.
ProJo: R.I. releases details of pitch for Amazon ‘HQ2’View Post
Lots of bike and pedestrian projects being reviewed for Olneyville at the April 10th Providence Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission Meeting.
DRC reviews incentives and bonuses for Edge College Hill 2.0 and restoration of the glass elevator at the Biltmore Hotel at their April 9th meeting.
Special meeting of the DRC on April 5th reviews Committee rules and litigation.
Providence in the running for Streetsblog’s ‘Parking Madness’ titleView Post
The Providence Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission reviews Contracts 1 & 2 of the Capital Improvement Program, possible bike lanes on Douglas Avenue, and plans for Kennedy Plaza at their March 28th meeting.
Construction ProgressView Post
The Providence Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission will review streets that are part of the Capital Improvement Program and locations for proposed Bike Share stations at their March 22nd meeting.
WJAR reports: Traffic signals, crosswalks and reducing the speed limit are among the safety improvements that will be made to Route 102 in West Greenwich after two pedestrians were recently killed while crossing the busy state road.
The Providence City Council passed a ban on sing-use plastic bags last night. The ordinance will take effect in 1-year to give retailers and consumers time to prepare and adapt.