The $43 million garage would include 1,000 parking spaces and 20,000 square feet of ground level commercial space.
195 Redevelopment District Commission has scheduled meetings on July 21 and 23, 2014.
Park(ing) Day will feature the state’s first ever temporary protected bike lane from Dean Street to Tobey on Broadway. We hope the temporary installation will start a conversation on permanent changes that can be made to our city streets to better support biking.
After 6 months of focusing on historic buildings, we realized that we were missing the biggest preservation battle that Cincinnati has ever known: loss of historic parking lots.
Everything parking at the June 11th Capital Center Commission Meeting.
At their May 28th meeting, the Zoning Board of Review will consider a proposal by Manni Realty and Admiral Smith Realty, LLC (owners of the building LaSalle Bakery on Admirial is in) to demolish three residential buildings for expanded parking said to support LaSalle Bakery.
The garage would include approximately 1,250 parking spaces at a cost of $31,250 per parking space, the report stated, in addition to the cost of building out roughly 13,800 square feet of retail storefronts on the ground level of the garage along Clifford and Richmond Streets.
Proposed L.A. Fitness on North Main returns to CPC agenda for the May 20th meeting.
Biking boom without the infrastructure, parking in Boston, and more in today’s News & Notes.
Proposal calls for demolition of old Sears building for 300 parking spaces to serve an LA Fitness gym.
The CPC considers an amendment to RISD’s Master Plan, a street abandonment, and more at their March 18th meeting.
Not so temporary parking, LED sign billboards, and more on the Zoning Board of Review agenda, March 3, 2014.
PBN reports on State plans to building two new transit hubs in the downtown Providence area.
A new building was constructed on the surface lot next to the Drunken Clam in Quahog.
A proposal for automobile-centric buildings in Olneyville Square sets back the efforts to rehabilitate it into a place that caters to the area’s large population of car-free residents.
The City of Providence is offering 2-hours of free parking in commercial districts throughout the city from November 29th through January 4th, 2014.
The Capital Center Commission reviews “State House Parking Issues” at their November 13th meeting.
If we expect people to leave their cars at home, or at a park n’ ride, we need to make moving about the core better. We can’t put people on trains, let them off, and say, ‘good luck!’