DRC considers new building at 78 Fountain Street and signage at the Providence Public Library at their March 13th meeting.
Mural at Trinity Rep, renovation on Weybosset Street, and proposal for 169 Canal Street on agenda for DRC.
Several important buildings in Providence receive historic tax credits for renovations.
Fire officials told Eyewitness News that the call came in from Washington Street at Snow Street around 10:30 p.m.
It. Is. Hot.
Providence Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission Meeting – April 15, 2015 – 4:45pm – 444 Westminster Street, First Floor
Mayor Jorge O. Elorza and FirstWorks are pleased to announce the Providence International Arts Festival taking place June 11th – 14th, 2015.
DRC to consider LED signs at Trinity Rep and alterations to the Blake’s Tavern building at June 9th meeting.
Yesterday the DRC quickly reviewed and approved a plan by new owners Dave Stem and Lori Quinn to renovate the iconic George C. Arnold (aka Narrow) Building on Washington Street.
Downtown Design Review Committee to review proposals for the Arnold (“Narrow”) and Alice buildings at their April 14 meeting.
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.
Opening Session Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Meeting Minutes of June 10, 2013 and July 8, 2013 New Business 1. DRC Application No. 13.15: 274 Weybosset Street – Del Sesto Building (formerly Summerfield Building) Proposal by Johnson and Wales University to construct a new stair tower addition at the rear of the building (south elevation). 2. DRC Application …
Washington Street. Photo (cc) Sean_Marshall. From the City of Providence: Mayor Angel Taveras, U.S. Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse, the Providence Department of Art, Culture + Tourism and FirstWorks announced yesterday that the City of Providence will receive a prestigious National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Our Town grant. The $75,000 grant will support a community design effort to …
George C. Arnold Building (aka The Narrow Building), photo by Jef Nickerson The Providence City Council is set to give Mayor Angel Taveras the green light to seize a landmark downtown building that’s been decaying for years. The council’s Ordinance Committee voted unanimously on Tuesday to allow the Providence Redevelopment Agency to take over the George C. Arnold Building on …
Opening Session Call to Order Roll Call Approval of minutes from April 23, 2013 meeting – for action Director’s Report City Council Referral 1. Referral 3362 – Petition for zone change from R-2 to M-1 at 230 Carolina Ave. Petition to rezone the property at 230 Carolina Ave from R-2 to M-1 subject to the use of the property being …
The Providence Redevelopment Agency on Thursday will discuss the possibility of buying the three-story building at 94 Washington St.
One last look at Christmas in Providence in this Boxing Day edition of GC: Photos.
The ground floor of the Narrow Building has been pretty much wide open for weeks now, allowing anyone to enter and “accidentally” start a fire, or oops get hurt, and then result in the building being declared a “public safety hazard.” I reported it to the City a few weeks ago and am glad to see that someone has finally …