The Providence Preservation Society announced thier annual list of the city’s Most Endangered Properties this week.
195 Commission to review plans by the Fane Organization to build a tower on Parcel 42 at their January 18th meeting.
State announces incentive package for the Wexford project on the 195 Land.
195 Commission discusses matters related to Hope Point Towers, Chestnut Commons, and the Wexford project at their meeting this afternoon.
DRC to consider proposals for 2 new and 1 renovated building at their December 5th meeting.
The corridor, which has the working name of the Downtown Transit Connector (DTC), will create six “station-like” stops between Providence Station and the Hospital District.
I do not have the time or energy right now to even think or comment on this, but I thought I should leave this here to allow everyone else to comment on it.
The Downtown Design Review Committee is meeting on November 7th to review plans for new construction in the 195 District and renovations to the Providence Public Library.
A meeting of the I-195 Redevelopment District Commission will be held at Rhode Island Commerce Corporation, 315 Iron Horse Way, Suite 101, Providence, Rhode Island, on MONDAY, MARCH 21, 2016, beginning at 5 P.M., for the following purposes:
RIPTA, the Providence Department of Planning and Development, Mayor Elorza, Governor Raimondo, and the State’s Congressional Delegation today announced an enhanced transit corridor through the capital city’s downtown. The corridor will feature RIPTA buses running on a 1.4 mile route between Providence Station and the Hospitals with 4-5 minute headways.
Baltimore-based Wexford Science and Technology and real estate developer CV Properties have signed a purchase and sale agreement for two parcels of land and plan to develop a three-phase project on the vacant former highway land with research and development space, offices, hotel and residential space and other attractions.
The Providence Preservation Society has announced their 10 Most Endangered Properties list for 2016.
Although RIPTA still expects to create a bus stop or stops at Garrahy, transit planners don’t envision a “hub” or terminal there and actually see more potential for expansion farther south, near Rhode Island Hospital.
The 195 Commission made approvals on two projects at their meeting earlier this week.
The 195 District Commission reviews plans for Parcel 8 and purchase agreement for Parcels 22 & 25 (the Wexford project) at their December 14, 2015 meeting.
More than a year after Rhode Island voters overwhelmingly approved a $35-million bond for two new downtown bus hubs, state officials are only now beginning to fill in details of the projects.
A meeting of the I-195 Redevelopment District Commission will be held at Rhode Island Commerce Corporation, 315 Iron Horse Way, Providence, Rhode Island, on MONDAY, November 16, 2015, beginning at 3 P.M., for the following purposes
Work will begin soon on the redevelopment of an historic Jewelry District building into 57 apartments and ground-floor restaurant space, and the new owners hope to have the building reopened by the end of 2016.