Mural at Trinity Rep, renovation on Weybosset Street, and proposal for 169 Canal Street on agenda for DRC.
DRC reviews plans for the Turks Head Building and Providence Public Library at their July 11th meeting.
In Downcity and its merchant members are excited to announce the colorful return of the Downcity Cinco de Mayo Block Party on Saturday May 7th from 11am to 6pm. We will be celebrating the local flavors, sounds, and textures of our city–all along Westminster Street!
DRC to review two projects which potentially will be built on existing surface parking lots.
Nordblom Company and Cornish Associates are pleased to announce their joint purchase of the historic Providence Journal Building located at 75 Fountain Street in the heart of downtown Providence, Rhode Island.
Capital Center Commission to continue to review safety improvements to Francis Street at their May 19th Design Review Committee meeting.
InDowncity and the downcity merchants are excited to announce that the fifth annual Cinco de Mayo Block Party will be taking place on Saturday May 2nd 2015!
The landmark Union Trust Co. building downtown has been sold to the development group that produced the Providence G complex, with plans to convert its offices to apartments.
Downtown Design Review Committee – Monday, March 9, 2015 – 4:45pm – Department of Planning and Development, 1st Floor Conference Room 444 Westminster Street, Providence, RI 02903
32 Custom House Street and 10 Dorrance Street subjects of February 9th DRC Meeting.
Providence Downtown Improvement District clean + safe team (aka the Yellow Jackets) clearing sidewalks downtown. Thanks guys!
Photos from this morning’s re-dedication of the Kennedy Plaza.
The Providence Rink will be open for ice skating season starting on Saturday, November 15th at 10:00am. Regular hours of operation during the week are Monday through Friday, 10am until 10pm and new hours for Saturdays and Sundays are 10am until 10pm. The Rink is open on all winter holidays.
PRA discussing possible sale of Parcel 12 to First Bristol Corporation for hotel development.
Street abandonments, subdivisions, parking decks and more at CPC’s Sept. 16th meeting.
DRC to consider Beneficent House sign proposal at their September 8th meeting.
The portion of Orange Street sought to be abandoned is flanked by two surface parking lots and runs from Weybosset to Middle Street, the section between the buildings out to Westminster is not part of the abandonment.
DRC to review modifications to Alex + Ani building and Burnside Park at their July 14th meeting.