Capital Center Commission Design Review Committee reviews plans for Parcel 12 at their October 6th meeting.
DRC to review proposals for South Street Landing, and 195 Parcel 8 at their Sept. 21st meeting.
Updated renderings and plans for the Homewood Suites extended stay hotel proposed for Parcel 12. Presented to the Capital Center Commission Design Review Committee this morning.
Capital Center Commission Design Review Committee to view revised plans for the construction of a new hotel on Parcel 12.
South Street Landing project discussions among other items being reviewed at July 21st City Plan Commission Meeting.
Peregrine Group LLC and city officials expect to announce Tuesday a proposal for a commercial and residential development on nearly 11 acres of prime waterfront property along the Seekonk River and bounded by Division, Water and School streets.
Wexford Science & Technology and CV Properties LLC presented their plans for a mixed-use residential, hotel, office, and laboratory development on 195 parcels 22 and 25 to the 195 Commission earlier this week.
Renderings and plans of the Providence Homewood Suites extended stay hotel proposed for Parcel 12, the so-called “Triangle Parcel” in Capital Center.
The Capital Center Commission will consider a proposal for a hotel on the Triangle Parcel at their June 16th meeting.
The Downtown Design Review Committee meets Monday, June 15th to review plans for 44 Hospital Street in the Jewelry District.
Two private developers – Wexford Science & Technology LLC and CV Properties LLC – submitted a proposal last week to the I-195 Redevelopment District Commission seeking approval for a million-square-foot-plus multi-use project on parcel 22 and parcel 25 of the vacant former highway land, WPRI.com confirmed Wednesday.
Because we all know what a sure bet big box stores have been over the last decade.
A Rhode Island development firm has plans for a $10-million mixed-use project on a vacant South Providence industrial site.
In a tour of the site, overlooking College Hill and the Providence skyline, attorney James J. Skeffington said consultants had determined the seven-acre proposed site will support the baseball park that team owners want to build.
The Rhode Island Commerce Corporation, which Pryor leads as commerce secretary, last Friday began the search for a consultant to help devise a real-estate development strategy for the land opened by the highway relocation project.
Development is not predictable, to the point of being difficult. Companies that have built projects in the city, or who want to, describe a market beset by financial obstacles, administrative hurdles and, as a result, a yearslong paucity of new construction – even as cranes have seemingly dominated the skyline in Boston.
The new owners of the Pawtucket Red Sox want to move the team to a privately-financed stadium in Providence, according to multiple sources with direct knowledge of the situation.
The plan would create a four-story, 300,000-square-foot building with modern efficiencies, suitable for retail, office and residential space, according to Mayor Scott Avedisian. The mill’s cast iron stairs, doors and bricks will be incorporated into a new structure.