The Skating Rink at Bank of America City Center opens for the 2013/2014 season on Thanksgiving Day.
Providence Business News reports on a new project adjacent to the 195 Land on the east side waterfront called Esplanade at India Point.
Roger Williams Park, Color Run, and more in today’s GC: Photos.
On Wednesday, the City of Providence launched its Open Meetings Portal – a single, public access point for public meeting information.
The purpose of the program is to enliven city spaces and engage residents, workers and visitors in their community with five projects and three mini-projects that include art installations, music instruction and performance, way-finding signage, and a ‘parklet.’
The World Series Trophy will be on display at the Rhode Island Convention, a rally will take place at 3:30pm. From 4pm to 7pm the public will be invited to have their photo taken with the trophy. Photo opportunities are first-come, first-served.
A meeting of the I-195 Redevelopment District Commission will be held at Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation, 315 Iron Horse Way, Providence, Rhode Island, on Monday, November 18, 2013, beginning at 5:00pm.
The Providence Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission meets Monday, November 18th.
The City Plan Commission reviews a Major Land Development Project on Prairie Avenue and more at their November 19th meeting.
Micro-developers in Buffalo, sheltered childhoods, and more in today’s News & Notes.
Our hope is to use Walking in Providence as a tool to chronicle the trials and tribulations as well as the highlights of being a pedestrian in the City of Providence and environs; through photos, videos, links, stories, and more.
Providence Geeks featuring LocusPlay meets at AS220 on Wednesday, November 13th.
WaterFire, Superman Building, Roger Williams Park, and more in today’s GC: Photos.
One of the overriding concerns of the plan is to insure that development reaches urban densities and that land uses relate to each other in urbane ways. Only by satisfying these concerns can the new development achieve a sense of being integrated with downtown.
The Capital Center Commission reviews “State House Parking Issues” at their November 13th meeting.
First and foremost, when given the choice to grow or to sit idle, we need to grow and we have to be aggressive about it. There are factors beyond our control — economic conditions, bureaucratic interference from afar — that can kill good projects. The things I value as a progressive — good jobs and […]
Mayor Taveras introduced the updated Providence Bicycling Master Plan this morning at a press conference at Pleasant Valley Parkway where new bike lanes were recently striped.
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!’