There will be a full lighting of WaterFire on Saturday, June 30th.
2018 Providence 4th of July Celebration and FireworksView Post
The I-195 Redevelopment District Commission meets today, June 21, 2018 at 5pm.
Rhode Island PrideFest and Illuminated Night Parade is this Saturday, June 16th in Providence.
The City Plan Commission will review zoning changes on Thayer and regarding student rentals, a multi-family development on Parade Street, a campus master plan for School One, and an industrial development in Wanskuck at their June 19th meeting.
The Providence Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission reviews Capital Improvement Program Contracts 4 & 5, plans for the Gano Gateway, and pedestrian and bike coordination of the 6/10 Connector Project at their June 20th meeting.
Marking its fourth year, Providence’s signature cultural celebration showcases the diversity and vibrancy of the Creative Capital through art installations, live music and dance, food, and much, much more.
The Capital Center Commission reviews parking, the Downtown Transit Connector, and the Providence Intermodal Transit Center at their June 13th meeting.
RIDOT has awarded the Route 6-10 Interchange Reconstruction Project and construction will begin soon. Come learn about key elements of the project and how to stay informed of the latest construction news.
The DRC will be review a proposed building at 580 South Water Street, signage at Edge College Hill and the Fogarty Building site, and final approval for 131 Canal Street at their June 11th meeting.
Come out for a temporary demonstration event and celebrate Broad Street! This is a unique opportunity for community members to learn more about City Walk and experience it for a day.
There will be a Basin Lighting of WaterFire on Sunday, June 10th.
There will be a full lighting of WaterFire on Saturday, May 26th.
PBN: Edge College Hill Two design wins initial approvalView Post
The City Plan Commission reviews plans for a food hub in Valley, RISD’s Institutional Master Plan, rezoning for the Bomes Theatre, and more at their May 23rd meeting.
Today the City announced the transfer of the historic 1921 Bomes Theatre to local developer Fernando Tavares, who will oversee the complete renovation of the theatre into a mixed-use building, which will include retail, office, and reception facility space.
Developer Churchill & Banks made a pre-application presentation to the Downtown Design Review Committee on Monday or a planned building at 580 South Water Street.
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.