The City Plan Commission meets Tuesday, January 28th at 4:45pm to review plans for a development in Olneyville.
State House, riverfront, the Arcade, and more in today’s GC: Photos.
The Providence Preservation Society has released its annual list of the Ten Most Endangered Properties in Providence. The list will be highlighted with a photo exhibit at their annual meeting tonight.
Another week with a holiday and a snowstorm throws the waste collection schedule into disarray. Here’s the updated collection schdule from the City (note: normal collection days are impacted this week and next).
RIDOT needs to think outside the box to fund needed bridge repairs in Olneyville.
Providence Geeks featuring Accessibility Now, Wednesday, January 22nd at AS220.
The Providence Preservation Society welcomes Jennifer Bradley, fellow at the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program and co-author of The Metropolitan Revolution, to their 56th Annual Meeting on Thursday, January 23, 2014, 5:30 pm, at Brown University’s Salomon Center.
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 Providence Journal reports that the Route 195 Commission has hired a firm to begin the work of marketing the land to potential buyers.
Tangled ownership issues and liens make redevelopment of the South Street Power Station complicated. The City considers eminent domain as the developer continues to plan for a 2014 groundbreaking.
The BPAC will discuss bike parking, bike share, bike plan, and more at their January 15th meeting.
The City Plan Commission will review plans to build a new Mc’Donald’s in Olneyville Square in a building set back from the street by parking with a drive-thru.
Beautiful high-speed footage of passengers waiting for the subway at Grand Central in New York City.
195 Redevelopment District Commission meets on Monday, January 13 at 4pm.
The PRA announces the transfer of ownership and redevelopment of the ‘Narrow Building’ on Washington Street. Plans are for 3 apartments and 2 retail units in the iconic structure.
Candidate for Providence Mayor, Brett Smiley sent us this statement on the demolition of the historic Alexander F. Adie House on Federal Hill.
PPS has confirmed with the City that 93 Atwells Ave — the 1871 Alexander F. Adie House — is being demolished. Owner Richard Conti is building a hotel on the site.