Brown University has released plans for their new Performing Arts Center by New York based REX architects.
The City Plan Commission agenda for February 19th, 2019.
The BPAC discusses dramatic changes to the State Transportation Improvement Plan, plans for Dexter and Parade Street, the Complete Streets Master Plan, and CityWalk at their February 20th meeting.
The 195 Commission discusses a proposed Aloft hotel on Parcel 22 and a possible RFP for Parcel 6 at their February 13th meeting.
A big building with lots of parking is proposed for the site of the old Providence Fruit & Produce Warehouse.
The City Plan Commission has a packed agenda for their February 12th meeting, including a proposal for the former Providence Fruit & Produce Warehouse site and a proposal by Farm Fresh RI.
The Providence Preservation Society has released their 2019 list of Most Endangered Properties.
The 195 Redevelopment Commission will review proposals for parcels 2, 5, and 6 at their January 16th meeting.
A 20-unit building is planned for construction along Atwells Avenue on Federal Hill.
Providence Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission will review Climate Justice Strategy and Complete Streets Master Plan at their January 16th meeting.
Demolitions and redevelopment in Blackstone, College Hill, and Federal Hill, and zoning changes to be reviewed at the City Plan Commission’s January 15th meeting.
Lawsuits agains Hope Point Tower and buses in Kennedy Plaza and the need to address climate change through transportation in today’s News & Notes.
Yesterday, Mayor Eloza was sworn into his second term in office. The Mayor will not be delivering a State of the City address this year, his inaugural address is to serve as a State of the City address.
Below is the text of his inaugural address.
ProJo reports on plans for a new Residence Inn By Marriot near T.F. Green airport in Warwick.
The Providence Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission reviews plans for City Walk and the Complete Streets Master Plan at their December 19th meeting.
The 195 Commission reviews the Hope Point Tower project, proposals for parcels 2, 5, and 6, and possible temporary parking on parcel 28 at their December 19th meeting.
The City Plan Commission reviews plans for developments in Blackstone, West End, and Olneyville at their December 18th meeting.
RIDOT announces it has selected Michigan based, May Mobility to provide driverless buses for a pilot program in the Woonasquatucket Valley area of Providence.