City Council’s Committee on Ordinances will hold a public hearing on text change and change in zoning map for the property located on Assessor’s Plat 20, Lot 397 (250 Dyer Street). The proposed development is commonly referred to as the “Fane Tower” or “Hope Point Tower.”
The DRC reviews proposals for improvements to 275 Westminster Street and AS220’s Empire Street building, and new construction in Fox Point at their July 9th meeting.
The I-195 Redevelopment District Commission meets today, June 21, 2018 at 5pm.
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.
City Plan Commission Meeting – May 15, 2018View Post
The I-195 Redevelopment District Commission reviews plans by Post Road Residential, Spencer Providence, and The Carpionato Group for Parcels 2, 5, and 6 at their May 9th meeting.
New renderings of proposed Hope Point Tower by The Fane OrganizationView Post
Providence Preservation Society statement on proposed Fane TowerView Post
City Plan Commission Meeting – Fane Tower Rezoning – April 25, 2018View Post
The Carpionato Group proposes 4 mixed-use buildings across parcels 2, 5, and 6 on the east side of the Providence River.
Post Road Residential proposes a 160-unit mixed-use residential building for Parcel 5 of the 195 District.
Proposal by Spencer Providence, LLC to build a hotel, mixed-use retail building, and rowhouses on 195 District Parcels 2 and 5 east of the Providence River.
The 195 Commission will review and take public comment on proposals for parcels 2, 5, and 6 at their April 11th meeting.
The 195 Commission reviews parks and the sale of Parcel 42 to the Fane Organization at their March 29th meeting.
The Providence Journal reports on efforts by the Fain Organization to build an up to 470 foot tower on the 195 Land. Approvals are needed by the City Council and General Assembly.
The DTC will run from Rhode Island Hospital to the Providence Train Station and will include enhanced bus shelters with attractive passenger amenities such as seating and digital displays showing real time bus arrival data and other information. These new shelters will complement the City’s broader long-term vision for this area and its plan to convert Washington Street into a two-way, bus-only, transit way. The DTC stop at the Providence Train Station will be integrated into the State’s proposal to construct a new intermodal center there in order to better connect MBTA/Amtrak trains with local transit services.
City Walk Phase I, King Street mixed-use path, Plainfield Street & Pocasset Avenue intersection in Olneyville on the agenda for the February 21st Providence Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission meeting.